Monday, 20 August 2012

Hatters weren't mad

Yesterday I organized a hat modifying meet up turned craft party turned teaparty to my friends. We had alovely time and lovely treats too. Mari had taken the time to make some chocolate dipped marshmellows and meringues and Sanni brougth almond bisquits.




I decorated my hat quite simply. Just some velvet ribbon on a bow and so on. It came out quite nicely however and will get much wear during this autumn.


I wore:
Headpiece, skirt: handmade by myself
Shirt, Broach: Vintage
Shoes: John Fluevog

Mademoiselle Parapluie

Ps. The set on the mannequin is for sale if anyone is interested.


10 comments:

  1. Näyttää aivan ihanilta nuo kutsut, ja asusi! Harmi etten päässyt tulemaan. :< Ja tuo setti kiinnostaa minua vieläkin!

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    1. Kiitos. Toivottavasti pääset mukaan seuraavalla kerralla.

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  2. Oh my god that skirt and those shoes are epic! I adore them. You always have such good taste!
    The food looks yummy as heck! Also which one of your friends is Mari? I'm naming my daughter Mari too. :D

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    1. Thank you. I adore them too the shoes are so comfortable.

      Mari is usually known as Caramea and host the blog New vogue children. http://newvoguechildren.blogspot.fi/

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  3. Wow the food looks so good! And that hat is really beautiful. Not to mention your vintage skirt, so pretty!

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    1. Thank you, although the skirt is made by me. It look vintagey though no that I think of it.

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  4. Awww, it's just awesome, I totally love your outfit, it has a classical/old school feeling I just love. Your meetings (saw on Mari's blog) are so perfect, I feel very envious with you guys! ; )

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    1. Thank you. You should totally come to Finland and take part to one of our meetings!

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