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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Hurting parts of your garden



( Jumper with blue collar: & Other Stories, Weaved Skirt: Zara, Leather Handbag: Zara, Boots: Topshop, Pearl necklace: DIY, Coral necklace: H&M, Wood and Gold Bracelets: & Other Stories) #teenvogue

This skirt makes my heart sing a little, the fabric is so beautiful and detailed, I love the mix of colours. In addition, the shape is great, it almost fits my waist and I got it in sale. Also, let's be honest it does not look high street, I think Zara was crushing a little on Dolce and Gabbana. Whatever knock off it is I welcome it to my wardrobe and look forward to testing it out with all of the other colours in it. I love a challenge skirt.

With love from,

Emma x

39 comments:

  1. You must live in the most beautiful area. Your photo backgrounds are always stunning. Almost as beautiful as you :)

    xx

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    1. Haha, I think I live in a very pretty area! You wait for the autumn pictures...

      E x

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  2. What absolutely stunning photos. I love your boots xo

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  3. Gorgeous photos! That skirt is so pretty. I love all the colors in it. And I want to steal your bag.

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    1. I think I could steal you and put you in it. The bag is huge!!!

      Em x

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  4. Such a cute skirt! I love your boots too!

    Xo, Hannah

    sweetsweetnoir.net

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  5. As always....gorgeous pictures! Bravo!

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  6. I love the texture and pattern in your skirt, so pretty! Something I'd never pick up myself but love it once I've seen it on. Love your bracelets too xx

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    1. Oh the texture and shape is what sold it. I actually feel like a lady?!?!

      Emma x

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  7. Beautiful photos - the building in the background is lovely! Love the skirt - the colours look great! :)
    www.theemeralddove21.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. I'm curious as to where you are in these pics? so pretty! I'm not a fan of 'weaved/tweed' type skirts, but this has got me swooning :) The texture clash against the leather is just divine, gosh I want your wardrobe xx

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    1. This is Ury house- It's in Aberdeenshire. They are currently changing it into flats which would be lovely flats!! Oh, my wardrobe doors are always open to you Mel. xx

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  9. I absolutely love the skirt, it has a bit of a heritage vibe which is always wonderful for autumn. Love how you've paired it with the boots, this post looks straight out of a magazine! xx

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  10. I have such hair envy...gorgeous!x

    vanityrail.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Zara do do the best clothes at a reasonable price! xx

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  12. love your outfit x

    http://lifeinlipstick.blogspot.co.uk/

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  13. Love your boots, they are so pretty! x

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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  14. I really love your necklace. It's gorgeous :)

    Hayley
    Water Painted Dreams
    xxx

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  15. Can't go wrong with a bit of Zara! The skirt looks great (looks kind of vintage-y which I love) and I really like how you've styled it with the boots!

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    1. Slutty boots can really make an outfit! In all seriousness thanks Charlotte xx

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  16. The photos are really beautiful, loving the shoes and the skirt a lot, you look so pretty !
    Nice blog hun


    Bisous from FRANCE

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  17. Beauuutiful photos! That skirt is so pretty :)
    Kaz at Sunshine Days x

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  18. That skirt is beautiful, very D&G!

    Maria xxx

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  19. Love the print on that skirt, such a gorgeous outfit on you!
    http://my-fashionobsession.blogspot.co.uk/

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  20. You're gorgeous and I absolutely love your skirt. Also that is some amazing scenery - I would stay there all day if I could.

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    1. Yes, it is pretty, when you can see past my dominating body and face. Thanks though K.

      Emma x

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  21. Adorable! That skirt is really pretty and I agree that it doesn't look like it's from Zara! Love how you styled it, those boots are amazing!
    xx

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    1. Thank you Stefani! Must wear my boots more!

      E x

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  22. Holy Molly, this "castle" or whatever it is looks so fantastic. You truly have the eye to find such beautiful locations for shooting! The skirt is truly amazing, love the fabric too (and the tartan!). :)

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    1. ruined castle. It is kinda a mess, they are trying to fix it up though so more power to them!

      Emma x

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  23. Your skirt is gorgeous, and so is your backdrop! I also love your tousseled (I think that's the right word haha) hair xx

    www.jessthetics.wordpress.com

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    1. * messy/ unruly
      (no-one likes their own hair though...)

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  24. this skirt was made for you! so pretty x

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  25. Deary me, what did you do to your knee miss?! These pictures are, as always, bloody gorgeous. Love your skirt too, looks fab on you! xx

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    1. Haha, carpet burn... shall I leave it at that or continue?
      (Well noticed)

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  26. I love the drama of the setting - uh-mazing :) Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog!

    Jo x
    www.woobered.com

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  27. You are so beautiful. I adore your skirt and how you styled it!

    Alice x
    http://alicepalacee.blogspot.co.uk

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  28. What a beautiful setting
    you look so stunning in there
    and your outfit looks so good on you.

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