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Getting a daisy tattoo might be one of the easiest ways to keep the good vibes and sunshine with you all year long, plus flowers are one of the most popular tattoo trends of the year. Apart from a flower tattoo’s undeniable ability to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye, a daisy tattoo can carry a million meanings.

Whether you choose to scale down to a dainty tattoo that’s been trending on Instagram for years or decide to go all out and cover your entire arm or back with daisies, flowers, and petals, you’re guaranteed to attract attention and raise a question or two. What do daisy tattoos mean, after all?

Now, daisy tattoos are one of the most popular flower tattoos among women – although men aren’t above experimenting with flowy florals and petals, either. Daisy tattoos typically represent purity, true love, and friendship. Daisy tattoos are a perfect choice for matching BFF tattoos, too.

With that out of the way, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite daisy tattoos to help you narrow down your references and choose the one that works for you the most. Read on.

1. A simple and sleek daisy tattoo

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A simple and sleek daisy tattoo with a stem and a couple of leaves sounds like something out of a storybook, right? After all, flower tattoos are popular because they’re elegant and effortless and because they’re a great way for you to explore different tattoo styles and symbols.

2. A tattoo of two little daisies

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A line-art tattoo of two little daisies might be the exact tattoo style you’ve been searching for! With a small and simple design, you’re guaranteed to get out of the tattoo parlor with a smile on your face.

3. A tiny daisy tattoo

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What about a tiny daisy tattoo? Whether you’re a first-timer or you’ve been working on your sticker sleeve for a while, you might want to add a little tattoo of a flower that represents who you are – a daisy tattoo represents purity, true love, and friendship.

4. A tattoo of a daisy with some small wildflowers


What’s great about a daisy tattoo might be the fact that you’re allowed to add different elements to amplify or completely change the meaning of the tattoo. A single daisy tattoo might be boring, but a daisy tattoo embellished with a bouquet of wildflowers might be the thing you’re after.

5. A tattoo of a daisy with a bee


A daisy with a bee? Absolutely! A bee tattoo typically represents loyalty, commitment, and dedication, which goes great with the meaning of a daisy tattoo. Whether you’re devoting your tattoo to your BFF, a family member, or even your partner, we’re positive they’re going to appreciate the sentiment.

6. A tattoo of a daisy with a butterfly

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What about a tattoo of a daisy with a butterfly? A butterfly tattoo typically represents freedom, transformation, new beginnings, and new changes. A daisy tattoo with a butterfly can be a great way for you to commemorate whatever you’re going through right now.

7. A daisy tattoo on the back

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We’d argue that daisy tattoos are all the rage these days because they’re extremely versatile and wearable. Whether you opt for a small and simple finger tattoo or an elaborate back tattoo, you’re going to get exactly what you’re searching for.

A cute daisy tattoo on the back might be the right choice for you.

8. A colorful daisy bouquet tattoo

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Whenever you’re unsure whether a daisy tattoo might be too boring and basic for you, don’t shy away from adding other symbols and styles that guarantee to enrich your tattoo. A daisy bouquet might be a better way for you to express your creativity than a solitary daisy tattoo.

9. A blue and white daisy finger tattoo

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We’re obsessed with finger tattoos, and for a good reason, too. Whether you’re a fan of Hailey Bieber’s modern minimalist style or you don’t want to spend too much time, effort, and energy on your tattoos, we suggest you opt for a finger tattoo of a daisy of your choice.

10. A realistic daisy tattoo

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You can’t go wrong with a realistic daisy tattoo, can you? You can opt for a colorful tattoo that’s true to the type of flowers you come by on the regular or a delicate, dainty black tattoo that works better with your aesthetic. Whatever you do, know that a realistic daisy tattoo might require more time and energy.

11. A daisy tattoo with a date

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A daisy tattoo sounds great, but what about a daisy tattoo with a date that means something to you? Whether you decide to commemorate your anniversary, the date of your birth, or a date that represents something special to you, you’re going to smile every time you catch a reflection of your tattoo.

See also: 22 Pretty Poppy Flower Tattoos We Can’t Stop Staring At

12. A daisy tattoo on the neck

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You might think that a neck tattoo needs to be big and bold, but that’s not the case. You can get a tiny daisy tattoo on the neck that’s going to attract attention and turn heads the same way a bigger, bolder piece would. We’re obsessed with daisy tattoos on the neck!

13. Matching daisy tattoos


We mentioned beforehand that daisy tattoos carry a million meanings, especially when they’re combined with different elements that amplify or completely change the meaning of the tattoo. A daisy tattoo might be the perfect pick for a matching tattoo with your BFF or a family member.

14. A white daisy tattoo


A white daisy might be the most strikingly beautiful, stunning tattoo motif out there. A white daisy tattoo typically represents purity, which might be the reason why white daisies are oftentimes a part of wedding bouquets. White daisies are even a sign of the Virgin Mary’s chastity and virtue, too.

15. A tattoo of a bouquet of white daisies

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If you’re a fan of white daisies, you might want to get a tattoo of a white daisy bouquet. It’s a lovely way for you to work with your tattoo artist and come up with a bouquet that represents your personal preferences and your personality.

16. A behind-the-ear daisy tattoo

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We’re quite fond of behind-the-ear tattoos because they’re sneaky, simple, and stunning. A behind-the-ear daisy tattoo might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but that’s why you can easily conceal or reveal the tattoo, depending on your personal preferences.

17. A dainty daisy tattoo

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Now, daisies are the embodiment of the word “dainty.” Although you’re allowed to experiment with daisy tattoos and opt for a tattoo that covers your entire arm, back, or even stomach, a dainty daisy tattoo might be more appropriate. After all, daisies represent all things innocent.

18. A daring daisy tattoo across the entire arm

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A daring daisy tattoo might be one of the most magnificent tattoos we’ve ever seen. Whether you’re a fan of floral tattoos or you simply want to get a sleeve that represents your love of flowers, we urge you to opt for a daisy tattoo.

19. A daisy tattoo on the upper arm

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With an upper arm tattoo, you don’t need to worry about picking the wrong tattoo placement. Upper arm tattoos are among the most popular, prominent placements that allow you to play with different styles and symbols and come up with a tattoo that represents who you are.

20. A daisy tattoo on the wrist

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A daisy tattoo on the wrist? Why not?

With a daisy tattoo on the wrist, you’re (sort of) conditioned to opt for a smaller, simpler design that’s going to complement the placement of the tattoo. Whether you’re getting your first tattoo ever or playing with a tattoo style you’ve never played with before, a wrist tattoo might be the one for you.

21. A daisy, sunflower, and camellia tattoo

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We adore the combination of different flowers that carry different meanings. A daisy tattoo, of course, represents purity, true love, and friendship. A sunflower tattoo represents hope, faith, and loyalty, and a camellia tattoo represents purity and chastity. What’s not to adore?

22. A tattoo of daisies, lilies, and petals


A “deconstructed” bouquet might be the best way for you to put the emphasis on different flowers you’re obsessed with. Whether you opt for daisies, lilies, or camellias, you can play with the placement of the petals and allow the tattoo to complement the curvatures of your body.

23. A daisy chain tattoo around the thigh

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A daisy chain tattoo, anyone? Whether you’re planning on getting a chain tattoo or exploring different thigh tattoo options, you might want to go with a daisy chain. After all, there’s something “iconic” about the sensual placement of the tattoo and the meaning that a daisy tattoo conveys.

24. A daisy tattoo above the ankle

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A daisy tattoo above the ankle might not be the most popular placement, but you’re allowed to go with your gut and get a tattoo that works with your aesthetic. Whether you go for a colorful tattoo or a fine-line black tattoo, we’re positive you’re going to appreciate the artistry and the craftsmanship.

25. A daisy tattoo on the back

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We can’t forget about back (or spine!) tattoos, either! With a daisy tattoo on the back, you can experiment with different placements, too. We love the way the daisy tattoo complements the curves of the body and that’s why we think daisies are the perfect pick for a spine tattoo. Good luck!