woodland dirndl". I've been wearing it all the time right now, since the weather can't seem to decide whether it's spring or winter. It's so comfy!
This outfit on my Lookbook with outfit list
I wore the Sweet Acorn necklace and vintage button hairpins again, they are so versatile and charming!
It might be because of Martha's posts about fairytales and her matching coords on her Moss Garden blog that inspired me; but this outfit reminds me so much of Robin Hood. With the brown braided leather belt, and wearing the green scarf on my head, it feels like I should be in Sherwood Forest.
Or it could be that I found an old copy of "The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood" illustrated by Howard Pyle.
I have been working my way leisurely through the book recently, and have found it delightfully unlike most versions.
A cheerful hello to all the readers who found my nook of the "blogosphere" through Caro-chan's interview! I want to thank her for picking me, and my brand to feature, it was a delightful experience!
I hope you all are enjoying the blog so far, please let me know if there is something specific you'd like to see! I have some recipes nearly ready, the Sweet Matryoshka skirts and Sweet Acorn Jewlery will be released as soon as I can put them together and take some photos, and when the entries for the EGL contest are released for voting; look for additional photos here as well!
Pssst... I've also been working on stuff for my next line, can't wait to post previews!
Edit: I've been listening to "Sheena is a Lolita" on almost on repeat since it was posted to EGL. Sooo cute and catchy!