Posts Tagged ‘fashion’
don’t forget the pop up sale starts thursday… that’s TODAY! it runs until saturday 6th 3pm.
you’ll find classic cute kid’s threads by crumb, fab art by dawn tan and madeleine stamer, gorgeous jewellery and accessories by shara lambeth, emily green and betty jo, exceptionally well made dresses by peta pledger, and of course the pin up photobooth helen mclean is hosting!
unfortunately being sick put me behind, and under a lot of strain, so i have regretfully pulled out, but i can’t wait to visit and shop. see you there?
while enjoying the latest edition of kleinformat a cute little photo caught my eye and led me to bonnie & buttermilk! you know when you find something so perfect, so you, that you almost can’t breathe? i clicked through the store like a crazy lady, almost not believing what i was seeing: had someone broken into my head and brought all my ideas for dream outfits into existence? perhaps… but i’m happy they did!
how many ways do i love thee bonnie and buttermilk?
fun fabrics: check!
cute, simple sihouettes: check!
adorable styling: CHECK!
all photos from bonnie & buttermilk
go forth and shop, friends. and maybe take mr google translate with you if you sprechen sie nicht deutsches!
four friends of rural estateengaged in uneven debatewith cock to presideand calf to decidethe merits of chicken or steak
an escaped circus bear grew homesickforhuman companionship. one dayhe met two schoolgirls in the park andto win their confidence and approval performedhis tricks for them/ they were so delightedthat they took him home and started a circusfrom which he longed to escape.moral: to change one’s life one must first change oneself
a giraffe sunning himself among the flowermet two children dressed for ice skating.when they complained of the heat he askedwhy they were wearing warm knits.“our mother has just completed these garmentswhich so please us that we cannot wait until cold weather to wear them”“silly children” replied the giraffe, “today you wish for winter and in winter you will long for summer. put away your fine clothes and enjoy them in their time.”moral: preparing for the future should not be confused with living in the future.
a social climbing lion cultivated the companyof two stylish sisters only to learn that theirclothes were handmade for pittance and their graceful manners those of all loved children.humbled by this lesson he gave up pretentionin favor of good company and the three becamefast friends.moral: what one finds by chance is often superior to what one seeks.
a camel who lived in osageaspired to succeed on the stageshe took positionas traveling musicianaccepting fresh fruit as her wage.
easter and the equinoxcome hand in hand among the flowerswelcoming their woodland friendsand greeting with april showers
birthday bear of yellow hairhow doest thou see the morrow?i cannot say for now’s todayand time is not to borrow.
i wore:green cardigan – thriftedblue tee shirt (under cardigan) – american apparelpolka dot scarf – thriftedtoadstool fabric covered button brooch – etsy seller fluffingtontoadstool & toad skirt – vintage from frocks & slacks st kildared tights – the sock shopred button shoes – rubi shoesred apple hair bobbles – kinky gerlinki chapel street