This meeting between a dumpy tree frog and an African queen butterfly was captured by freelance photographer, Kurit Afsheenutside outside his home in Tangerang Baten, West Java, Indonesia My inspiration for last Friday's focus on Easter Bonnets came from the whimsical photo of a frog wearing a butterfly as a hat. I posted it on my Unleash You Style facebook page and my neighbor who is a costume designer, chimed in on the thread and wrote "anything can be a hat."
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Wishing you a Peaceful Passover
Happy Easter I remember my grandmother's closet and being fascinated by all the hats lovingly stored in their individual hat boxes.
Let's enjoy a little stroll through the past when a woman (or a man for that matter) wasn't fully dressed without a hat.
Have a lovely Holiday and see you next Fashion Friday.
denise Hats from the 1920's A young woman being admired in her Easter Bonnet.
Captured by photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson Help me
Not sure which title I like better for this piece:
Oodles of Noodles or Not for the Gluten Free. I'm taking a little breather from my Fashion Friday research this week and just posting something whimsical.
The above photo popped up on my facebook feed and I couldn't resist.
I'll share a few more tasty fashions below, but before I go, I want to invite you to a fun workshop here in my home with the talented professional Make-up Artist, Niki Brennan Wednesday April 24 from 7p
My creation, the Alice in Wonderland coat that my friend Sara tried on.
Photograph by Richard Carey of Rundown Studios I'm not going to be able to answer the question in a short blog as to what dressing sustainably consists of... I don't think you can answer that question in a book as thick as War and Peace! But it's something I think about often and I want to start bringing it up occasionally in my weekly musings. I have a friend and client who I have great respect for. She