A Floral [Dress] Bouquet


Found my own au natural bokeh effect today.
Thank you to everyone for your well wishing yesterday. I'm still in my "blah" mode, but I'm sure it will be coming around soon.


To try and cheer myself up, I mixed some florals.

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Thank you to all my new readers! Very happy to have you. I promise to try and get out of this "this" whatever it is, soon.

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8 comments

Bonnie said...

If we knew each other in person, if I had easy access to your shoe collection, and if you have the same size midget feet that I do, I would be stealing these shoes from you in a heartbeat. And then I would never return them. Because that is what best friends do.

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Shybiker said...

Pretty florals will lift any mood. Sorry you're blue. Hope life puts you back into the pink soon.

Alma said...

You look amazing! You are great in mixing florals. You should tell us how you're doing it. Any tips?:P

Jennifer Fabulous said...

The dress is lovely and you in that hat is perfection. ;)

Wait, what are the changes to google friend connect?! I'm so out of the loop.

monica barcia said...

me encanta tu vestido

Julia, the Thanksgiving Girl said...

Wow, I love this so much! All these leaves and petals on the stairs around you and this floral dress on you... Perfection!! Everything just coordinates so gorgeously. I mean, sometimes when you want to plan something like this you wouldn't even come up with this. Here everything just looks so natural and beautiful!

Movies on my Mind said...

You remind me of Miss Pettigrew in that dress, as in "Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day" fame. The hat kind of reminds me of Paddington Bear, as in Paddington from "Paddington Bear" fame.

I fear what I've just said will make no sense to you. I guess I should say it looks vintage, but in a good way.

Meri said...

I love the shadowy effect!

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