October 25, 2012

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26 comments:

  1. omg, i'm soooo jealous! i have a bathing suit by lena, but i've been lusting over that jacket! xo

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    1. Oh yes, I have seen you post about her designs, a love that we both share I guess...and I have to say, you look gorgeous in that bathing suit!

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  2. These pictures are really pretty! I love that full skirt.

    Rachel

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  3. While the dress isn't vintage, it seems like something that you'll treasure forever...making it the perfect "new" purchase. I love buying things that I think will one day make great vintage pieces for my grandchildren. And while I'm glad you shared the designer of this gown, I never mind you not listing exactly what you are wearing. Your blog seems like a beautiful story and that would only detract from the visual feast. As far as the stroll in the park goes, I agree with you completely. Going to such crowded places, especially when taking your own pictures, is usually pretty daunting. But so many beautiful tress lining the sidewalks perfectly? It's too hard to resist this time of year.

    Ashlyn
    Triple Thread

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    1. Thank you very much for your thoughtful comment, Ashlyn! It's exactly my opinion that it wouldn't fit to my blog to label everything for every single post -Specially as this blog is not mainly about fashion, but about me telling stories...just as you said. I will leave the labeling to a few special posts whenever I want to share my love for a certain designer or shop.

      I'm glad you're enjoying my stories!

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  4. This is such a beautiful outfit...I LOVE that coat and skirt!!!
    I would really love to know where you got your vintage outfits also (I love to shop for vintage clothes)..you have really good taste in fashion, Im sure I am not the only one that would love to get more information on your outfits...

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    1. Oh, thank you Kristin! I think it's just not my style to label everything from now on, BUT I believe it will be a good Idea if I mention whenever I wear very special pieces from a designer or a vintage shop (I have a lot of vintage online stores I adore)...or maybe I do an own separate post about my favorite vintage shops every once in a while....something like that! What do you think?

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  5. The jacket and the skirt are gorgeous and lovely, but they did remind me more of Oliver Twist than Elvgren or Astaire, eheh, I dunno, maybe is the Mary Poppins boots that I love soooo much!!
    http://fashionfauxpas-mintjulep.blogspot.pt/

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    1. Ha, ha, true thing said!! But I was just trying to explain Lena Hoscheks designs in general, they are something between those two things, you know? But little me will always look more like Oliver Twist than both of these examples, no matter what I wear....I generally get told a lot that my pictures remind people of children's books and their characters -I always take that as a compliment ;)

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  6. Very sweet pictures. Special new clothes always brighten up my spirits. Wondering what park you're in, it looks so nice and spacious...

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    1. Thanks, Joanna! I shot these pics in Munich, about two weeks ago -I have to say that city has a lot of pretty Parks

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  7. Margeurite you are SUCH a beauty! And I believe that my love of vintage clothes has made me fussier (in a good way!) about what modern clothes I buy because I want them to have the same quality of material and design that the more unique and luxurious vintage pieces have. So unfortunately this causes me to have very expensive taste! haha! xxx

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    1. You are so right, Dulcie! Buying vintage for such a long time had the same effect on me, your standards grow with every single piece. I learned that only a few purchases with the same quality standarts (and usually a high price tag ha, ha) every once in a while are the only way for me to enjoy modern clothes...and in between those rare purchases I stay fussy and buy my old grandma clothes ;)

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  8. Such lovely photos, as always. Everything about them is so dreamy and natural. I admire your ability to photography yourself

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    1. Nice to know that you like them, Adriana!

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  10. As usual the photos are very beautiful and the colors are the weather right. And even combined with your hair!

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    1. Thank you, Luana! I just visited your blog, a beautiful place!

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    2. I'm glad you enjoyed it. About your pictures, they really touch me! Are like visual poetry.

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  11. you know, I remember looking at these beautiful photographs on your flickr, a couple of days ago, and thinking that you remind me so much of Joana Newsom - do you know her music? she's beautiful and such a talented artist! :-)

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    1. Really?? Oh my, she's gorgeous! What a wonderful compliment to receive!!

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  12. What can I say? I simply adore your photographs and your blog! Like I said before, it's like a breath of fresh air after a rough day. Lovely and very beautiful autumnal colors.

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  13. Perfect pictures!
    Perfect coulours, light and atmosphere, your blog is really inspiring.

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  14. Wonderful photos and clothes! I adore Lena Hoschek clothes!

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