Happy Wednesday my Dears! Can you believe it's already August!? It's amazing how fast this Summer has been flying by. We've had a few Summer storms lately, which were incredible. I love the smell of rain. Anyways- weird random fact of the day- ha!
Okay, let's talk about this dress. It was sent to me from a darling, vintage Etsy shop called Girls Reconstructed. If you love 20th century clothes, this shop's for you! Julie keeps the store stocked with fun, quirky vintage pieces that would add charm to any wardrobe. You can find some truly amazing bargains, so if you're wanting a vintage piece, definitely have a look!
This, I can fairly easily say, is the most incredible dress I have ever owned. It is from the 1950's, which is my favorite era for clothing. It is also the first 50's dress that I have ever had the privilege to call my own. It is made from a beautiful, baby blue organza with amazing intricate eyelet detail on the skirt. And the great thing is that it fits like a glove! Typically I find myself having to alter things to fit, so naturally it's nice to just be able to wear something without any fuss. I believe this will be the love of my wardrobe for some time- haha.
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Lace-Parasols was kind enough to send this gorgeous parasol my way. If you are a lover of romantic, girly things then you must by all means find a parasol from this online store. Lace- Parasols sells a variety of breathtakingly stunning parasols, fans, gloves and more in an array of colors! These parasols also make darling wedding accessories, so if you are tying the knot any time soon, be sure and stop by their website! You can find this one here.
The quality of this parasol is pretty impeccable. Besides the fact that it is just plain gorgeous ( how many girl's wouldn't want to frolic around town with one of these)? The build is really nice and sturdy, so it will last for years to come. And they are amazing for this Summer weather.
These pictures were taken locally at a place called Briar Rose. Isn't it so beautiful? I found it online and knew that it would be perfect for this post. Even better yet, we met a gentleman while we were taking pictures who shared some of the farm's history with us. Believe it or not- the man who built the house was one of the artists who designed Disney's Fantasy Land and Toon Town. The house itself was designed as a replica of Snow White's cottage. Of course, as you can guess, being there makes you feel like you are in a fairy tale.
Dress: c/o Girls Reconstructed
Parasol: c/o Lace-Parasols
Bow: A Bow for Teagan
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