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Beautiful, angelic, feminine, powerful. It’s not a mystery why designers are choosing butterfly prints for their spring 2009 collections. They represent resurrection and in these hard times, we are all hoping for some serious changes to occur soon. 
Ever changing and transcendent, designers created new ways to highlight these beauties by experimenting with soft and bright colors, using cut -out shapes and embroidery, and by layering chiffon prints to create a soft dimension. 
Wear them as an accessory or cover yourself from head-to-toe in an ethereal gown. No matter  how you choose to wear the trend, you can’t help but feel like a feminine, empowered goddess.
Badgley Mischka creates a red carpet dream with a black and white tulle, layered gown  with delicate butterfly accents.

Tibi takes us to Asia with a serious oriental collar highlighted by bright, oversized, butterfly sketches.
Diane Von Furstenberg keeps it light and edgy with a mini sheath in strong, geometric, butterfly stamps.
Colette Dinnigan inspires romance with a soft, chiffon gown covered in pastel butterfly prints.
And don’t forget the hair! Although it may be overkill to wear butterfly accessories with the prints, a butterfly clip thrown in a monochromatic look will inspire your feminine spirit without too much of a commitment.
Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.