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I'm wearing:
Dress: Handsewn by me
Cardigan: ??
Boots: Overland
Necklace: 'Little Lady' Honer harmonica /w chain


The theme this month for Wardrobe Wednesday is "Love to Love You". I'm excited about this month because it's all about what you love in your wardrobe and showcasing your favorite pieces!

This outfit I am wearing my favorite new dress. I made it myself without a pattern and an old vintage sheet. It's nice and cool, easy to wear, and sports a racer-back style tank.
The cardigan is my favorite color and my most worn.
The necklace is my a special piece that Phil bought for me when we were engaged and far apart. He sent me the harmonica and I've always liked to wear it around since.

So many favorites in this outfit.

It's probably why I wear this one so much. If you see me wearing it... that's why.

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xoxo
Talia Christine


Halfway through the shoot Audrey crawled over and wanted to participate.

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So I let her. Because she's so darned cute.

20 comments:

  1. You look so beautiful, I wish I had you here to model my new dress... xo

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    1. Wow! Huge compliment! Your dresses are increeeeeddible.

      xo

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  2. Gorgeous! Love the shot of Audrey clingy onto your dress. Too cute x

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  3. wow, check Bec's comment out!! GO YOU!! :)))

    you're gonna have to teach me how to work it out in front of a camera like that seriously. i try to smile and it looks like i have gas pain.

    yeap.

    ps. totally love the outfit...and the bebe... X

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    1. Dee, I'm basically still hyperventilating because of Bec's comment ;)

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  4. All good - top to toe. And lovely to hear the provenance of your treasured pieces.

    Bahahaha - Dee's comment (Ditto) and Claire's comment and well if its a fashion designer fight on for your modelling services I'm weighing in. Dang girl - you know how to work your angles!

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    1. Just a nappy and a frilly t-shirt. Pretty classy.

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  6. Ahhh! Love love love and +1 me on all these comments :)

    JL

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  7. I love that cardigan! And the shot of the babe clinging is so classic!

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  8. You are so talented! Sewing without a pattern...now that's one thing I'd love to learn. :)

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  9. Love the dress - have been thinking a lot about making a dress from a vintage sheet - probably won't make up my own pattern though. Great photos.

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  10. Hello =] that's a gorgeous outfit and wow man i wish i can make my own dresses what i would do it get a brown belt and tie it up around my waist. And yes your daughter is SUPER DUPER CUTE!!! I have just started following up your blog and you and some other bloggers like Elsie have inspired me so much that I am hoping soon I will also get a blog! Lol anyway thanks for inspiring me and keep up the great work =]

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  11. i love your outfit and especially your dress!!! beautiful pics with your baby too =)

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  12. Nawww, adorable. I love that dress, I can't believe you didn't need a pattern, the neckline at the back is so unique!

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  13. wow, you HAND-sew the dress yourself? that's amazing! i can't hand-sew nothing for my life, and can barely machine sew at all );

    ♥ valour & lace

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  14. beautiful dress....and little one!!!

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  15. beautiful dress and i can't believe you didn't use a pattern to make it! off to explore your blog and see what other rad things you have been making :)

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