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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Poison Oak


 
(Dirndl: DIY, Lace dress: Topshop, Shoes: Marni x H&M, Rings: Gifts/ Vintage) #teenvogue

This dirnal has been in the making for a year, oh god two! I was inspired by Jane, again, from this post. The pattern was an imagined, improvisation so when I finished it the first time it was miles too big. Now perfect! It's kinda silly.

Hope you are all having a nice Tuesday!

With love from,

Em x

40 comments:

  1. Gorgeous look! Like a modern maid Marian, perfect! xx

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    1. Aw, the fox version? Robin Hood is the best! I am so watching it this weekend. Excellent film.

      E x

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  2. love it! looks amazing. those shoes are fabulous too

    katydesu.blogspot.co.uk

    katy xxx

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  3. This is gorgeous! I love the dress so much, and the photography is stunning xo

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    1. I will have to tell the bf, he will be happy to hear it! Thank you for commenting!

      Em x

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  4. OMG you look amazing, I love the detail on your dress, it's so unique xx

    Gemma | MissMakeupMagpie.co.uk

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  5. you look so pretty, Em! the dress and the setting give a real ethereal feel to the ensemble - like a little forest fairy! xxx

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    1. Aw! A forest fairy! I have some fairy wings in a cupboard, I should have worn them and completed the outfit. This comment was sweet, I loved it.

      Em x

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  6. The dirndl corset is beautiful---and it's even cooler that you made up the design on your own. I prefer your version over Jane's because of the floral pattern.

    Brittney

    anotherbeautifulthing.blogspot.com

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    1. D'aw thanks! I am sure Jane's is better made though. Glad you like it! Ha, yes but making your own pattern can be hazardous! I had to remake it. sad!

      Em x

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  7. Gorgeous! <33 You look amazing, love the DIY

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  8. Firstly love your header. I love the woods,often take my dogs and they love it too. You look gorgeous in this outfit,going to have a look at more of ur blog now

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    1. Thank you, my friend Katie Bell produced it for me! It is rather cute, she is awfully talented. Ah, walking dogs in the wood is a favourite past-time, love a run in the forest too! Thank you for having a further look into my archive!

      Em x

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  9. Beautiful! You fit so well with the scenery! Such a natural!
    Fashion Ganache.
    http://fashionganache.blogspot.com

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  10. This dress makes me want to break into the song Rabbit Heart by Florence and the Machine. This is SO Florence. Floaty, feminine, has a vintage feel to it.

    You look gorgeous my love!

    Halima

    xx

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    1. I shall sing along with you! Love a floaty dress. Thanks for this really sweet comment Halima!

      Em x

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  11. You remind me of a nymph with that outfit and the woods in the background. Very pretty.

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    1. tehe! Nymph! I'd happily retire and be a fairy. Life sorted now!

      Em x

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  12. Love that outfit, these shoes are just beautiful!

    http://a-warriors-diary.blogspot.ca

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  13. Wow, such a gorgeous dress! I love!

    classypeach.blogspot.com

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  14. Love the dress, you look beautiful! xxx

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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  15. So gorgeous! And those shoes... :O
    -Kate xo
    www.bleached-mort.blogspot.com

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  16. You could definitely go to the Oktoberfest in Munich with that Dirdnl, looks great on you! Can't actually believe you sew it. You look like a princess, honestly.

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    1. I should! I am not a beer drinker though. I could go with the bf and carry him home? Aw, princess, that's fun. When I was a little girl I was with the rest of them wishing I was a princess!

      Em x

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  17. ooh I'm very impressed with your skills, the dirndl looks cool! (I think I used to own the same Topshop dress..) anyway thanks for your lovely comment, I think I'm away to look through your archive now too! xx

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    1. Ah, it is a great dress, short though, makes me nervous! Ah, thanks for the return of the nice comment! Oh! And thanks for following! I hope you enjoy my future posts!

      Em x

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  18. Gorgeous! And I LOVE your blog! Could you please check mine out? :) I am new...
    www.thethirteenthgirl.com

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  19. Girl,you always look amazing :) Love the pictures and that lace dress!
    xx

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    1. Oh, now that's not true. I am an ugly eater. Thanks for the compliments though! Glad you enjoyed this post!

      Em x

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  20. Great post and amazing outfit! I just came across your blog and I love it. Feel free to check out mine. We can also follow each other if you would like to :)

    www.malefashionuk.blogspot.co.uk

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  21. gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!
    Love your hair and your outfit :D xx

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    1. Haha, my hair is a nightmare, wild and unmanagable. Thank you though! Thanks for following too kitten, it means a lot!

      Em x

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  22. lovely pictures! nice dress and shoes.

    http://bohemiansbanquet.blogspot.com/

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  23. Em you look amazing as always!! I adore your photos, and the locations in which you take them xx

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    1. Thanks, I try, It must be annoying for people, I stand in front of nice scenery and block it! Glad you like the locations though!

      xx

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  24. wow, nice job on the DIY! it looks like it was made for the dress!

    [oomph.]
    Win a Pretty Blue Satchel!

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  25. so beautiful! I think I'm in love with this outfit, especially the fabric you chose!

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    1. Aw, thank you! I love this kind of fabric, anything like one of those Chinese plates and I am there! Glad you like the outfit though. Grinning a little. Just want to say thanks for all your lovely comments. You always leave such thoughtful ones!

      E x

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