S P R I N G ; P A R T II

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(White Backless Top: Vintage - Tuchuzy collection, skirt: DIY, Wedges: Alexander Wang)

I'm not sure if you can tell by now but i honestly love nothing more than spending an afternoon with Luke in an open field watching the sunset. If i could have it my way i would spend all day long shooting in beautiful whimsical fields, smelling pretty flowers and putting them in my hair for no apparent reason, twirling around in circles and feeling the wind billowing around my skirt, and capturing those very few photos that will remind you of when you were young and in love and having the time of your life. Not very realistic and it doesn't pay the bills, but it's nice to do once so often :)

I realised i didn't really explain this outfit in my part I post and have had quite a few emails regarding this DIY skirt. Truth is, and please don't laugh, but this is not actually a skirt? I bought this material intending to make a sheer maxi skirt but when we had such an unexpected afternoon like this i grabbed whatever i could and ran out the door. What you see here is a piece of material that i wrapped around myself, draped the ends at the belly button, and held together with just one safety pin. Simple, really. What i plan to do with this material you will see in the next few weeks and i can promise you it will look nothing like what you saw in these photos - when i have time to actually make something!

As for the top, it's hard to part with. It's a backless white singlet with a metallic rose pattern that i'm saving for the Tuchuzy collaboration that will be available in their boutique in Bondi in just a few short months. Yes, that's right. It's drawing nearer and i just can't believe how quickly it's gone already! Luckily i've been keeping a few amazing pieces exclusively for Tuchuzy and i just can't wait to show you what i've found. Work, work, work. Play, play, play :)
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31 comments:

  1. amazing!!
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  2. These photos amazing. Plus, your writing is always so dreamy, I love it. Keep up the good work x

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  3. Haha I love that you wrapped the fabric around as a skirt!! I could't even tell. Your photos are always so beautiful and inspiring. I love all of your looks and how whimsical they feel. Keep up the beautiful work!

    Esther

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  4. so beautiful! the flowers really add a nice fresh touch.
    xx

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    follow me if you like what you see.

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  5. Le Sighs... these photos are so soft and dreamy. Simply love the DIY skirt!

    xoxo, http://heelsandwedges.blogspot.com/

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  6. great outfit! love your blog...
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  7. you look so sensual and feminine here. I love this skirt!

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  8. hehe super simple diy skirt ;) i also can't wait to see what you had intended for it!

    how far do you have to travel for such a great photo location?

    KeepItFvncy,
    M.E.

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  9. You look sooo gorgeous!!!! I can't wait to see what you do with the fabric :D
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  10. Wow!!!
    You looks chic!
    Love the photos!

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  11. What a gorgeous (and easy to make) skirt!! You look beautiful.

    x.
    threadbearer.blogspot.com

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  12. STUNNING!!!!! so ethereal and romantic! love the pastel tones here!!!

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  13. absolutely GORGEOUS photos yet again!!! Can't wait to see what you do w/ the material and the collaboration. That shirt is beautiful. I can't tell you how much I am inspired by you. Each day I come to this site to see what you've done next.
    xoxo,
    Stevi

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  14. I love that backless top, it's beautiful. These shots are making me dream of the warm Australian summer ahead, this winter seems to be dragging on forever!
    I enjoy the photos you take out in the field :)

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  15. always have amazing and stunning pictures!! you are did great job

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  16. your photos are really nice, there is a softness and romantism about it..I love your look and the flower bouquet, it would be perfect for a wedding^^

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  17. these colours look amazing on you!

    xxx

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  18. Your skirt/piece of fabric is stunning. I am guilty of making a skirt out of a lovely fabric I liked in the past ;). You have a lovely blog!

    http://maxandchichi.blogspot.com/

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  19. You inspire me. Absolutely amazing photos and writing.

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  20. Hun, I still cant get over these pictures, you look soooo stunning!!!
    whos your photographer??
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  21. Beautiful photos! Love the white and pink colours!

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  22. very beautiful. you look amazing.:)

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  24. I love how you draped the fabric around you like a sari, and the little flower in your hair in the last photo. Perfect!

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  25. These pictures are breathtakingly beautiful!
    So in awe of your beauty and your boyfriends photography skills! Winning duo! x

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  26. such an inspiring blog, beautiful photographs. Congratulations xxx

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