Monday, April 5, 2010

Magnolia Tree






So, I’ve really been into all the 19th century type of movies lately. I saw “The House of Mirth” the other day and was inspired to make a dress ….I never want to hand sew again because of it, but I’m happy with the way it turned out.

Oh and if you’re wondering who’s on the broche, its Claude Debussy. He’s my favorite composer…well one of them anyway.

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful!! Reminds me of Anne of Avonlea in a way.

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  2. gorgeous as always. is it all handsewn??

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  3. You made that gorgeous dress? Please teach me! The lace is beautiful and I do like the high collar. The fit is so nice!

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  4. your photography skills are awesome. lovely yellow flowers, I see those everywhere and I adore them!

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  5. i just found your blog from weardrobe, and i LOVE your style! i cannot believe you made this dress- it looks like a gorgeous vintage piece, and i can see it is impeccably sewn. ~joelle

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  6. Everything you make is really inspiring ! I would love to sew that well and to have that many beautiful ideas !

    Your pictures are very beautiful too and I do not doubt you will be able to becom;e part of the fashion industry if you want it

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  7. I really love your clothes, but your photos are particularly beautiful. You're really talented. I have no idea how to take a decent photo! Especially if I'm in it!

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  8. What a wonderful discovery your blog is. Beautiful photos and you must be the most talented 15-year old I've come across. Good luck with everything you set out to do.
    /Anna Neah

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  9. You're a girl to watch, my dear! I sense great talent!

    Keep it up, I'd love to see more!

    Best, Eva

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  10. I can't believe you sewed that by hand! Amazing!

    P.s. Love that last photo, super cute!

    -Christine

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  11. I love your pictures! Who takes them of you? What kind of Camera and lens do you have?

    You have a great talent for fashion! How did you get started?

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