A best seller for Sping this year. Ill let the pictures talk for themselves for the most part. The one thing I did want to point out is that we revised our lagoon skirt so that it now serves as a matching coverup!
Its here! Its here! It is finally here.
We are oh so proud to introduce you to our newest love, the Heirloom Collection. Seriously, I love it so much that Jay had to yank me out of the showroom last week and drag me back to my desk. I just wanted to stand out there and smile at it all day.
The Opal Swing Top
Criss-cross straps that tie at the shoulders!
Balloon Shorts with lace trim and twill ties that cinch in the legs
The Flourish Dress
This rosette brooch is removable.
The Paisley Romper
We paired up two of our retro tees with a coordinating skirts. These tees adds some sass for sure.
Braided Head Wrap. We are offering this in almost 30 colors.
Flower Trio Headband. Your choice of soft or hard headband.
Flower Trio Hair Clips. This is a set of three clips. They can be worn alone or together.
A big thank you to Michelle at En Vida Studio for the dreamy pictures! You rock Michelle!
We have a photoshoot coming up so I am busy trying to work up some new ideas. This patio party dress is what I came up with over the weekend.
The shoot is going to have a vintage sewing theme. I have an antique pastel green sewing machine for the models to play with. Also child size dress forms, embroidery hoops, spools of ribbon and thread. What else would be a cute addition to the set?
My kindergartener’s homework assignment was to design a repeating pattern necklace using pasta and cereal as beads. Being the goodie-two-shoes that she is, her necklace was completed an entire day early. She even packed it neatly into her school folder and tucked it into her backpack so that it would be ready to go to school. Unfortunately when she goes to school tomorrow I will be sending her with a note that says that her sister ate her homework. The teacher may not believe it but it is true. We turned our back for one minute and little sister had the Cheerios and half of the pasta beads down the hatch. Lord help us, she is a naughty one! While we are frantically re-stringing pasta beads, enjoy some new photos of out vintage print tshirts. This is the first time we have worked with Carrie Anne Photography in Grand Rapids, MI. The models loved her and she was great at making them smile. I think you will be seeing a lot more of Carrie’s work in the future.