The definition of beauty in the western world still retains disproportionate influence from the textile industry of Great Britain and the Victorian Age. So wedding gowns and other feminine fashions are dominated by Victorian-era floral imagery. When western women want to express their beauty they are often led to express themselves with floral design because that is what is available. Whereas in Native America, historic fashion expressions by indigenous women included not just flowers, but representations of the cosmos, powers of the universe, storms, winds, other living forms, all of this expressed a power and a beauty that was more than the dainty, delicate, and decorative flower. Flowers are fine. But the beauty of woman is more than flowers.