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Shoes Prada, Playsuit Eairth (gifted), Scarf Missoni and Jewellery Isolda as before (samples).

Its been so strange not updating for a week, but I thought I was allowed a week off, mostly because I have never really had one before.  Although I am so sorry if you came back and got frustrated waiting for me to post.  Although I haven’t been posting this week, I have managed to shoot some outfits on holiday, in the most beautiful settings.

So I know you have seen a couple of these photos before (see HERE!), but I wanted to do the different elements of this outfit justice, by giving them their own air time.
This playsuit is from the same company as the wonderful yellow, white and black skirt I wore for another post… see HERE!  As you might remember this company has a great ethical feel, and the clothes have a simpleness to them that I really like.  I am about to head to the South of France, where I will be wearing this playsuit by the pool.  It is such a great waterside cover-up.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

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  • cclarebear says:

    Love the dress, it’s gorgeous!!!

  • Clau Tavares says:

    This setting is amazing, the contrast between the green and the colours of the Missoni scarf. The quality of the photos are top notch. My compliments to the photographer. You look great and it’s great to have you back!

    Xoxo
    Clau

    http://blogdaclauzinha.blogspot.com

  • Belinda says:

    I love the Missoni scarf! And also the location! Like an italian garden :)

    http://belindaslock.blogspot.com/

  • I know this might come off as super random but has anybody told you that you look like Summer Glau?

  • Peony says:

    cclarebear – its such a clever playsuit isnt it!

    Clau Tavares – Thank you! Vanessa is such a clever photographer, make sure to check out her blog!

    Belinda – The scarf is great, they do the best colour combinations, and you can do so much with them.

    your native heart – No they havent, but always funny to hear about lookielikes!

    MIRIAM – thanks!