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Keeping it Classy {Day 5}
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-Modest Fashion Week-
Submitted By edith on 11/02/18
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Hello, people! :)
 
Well, today was a very fun day full of good friends, a good movie (the original The Day the Earth Stood Still;), a walk in the snow, a short snow skirmish, and singing Row, Row, Row Your Boat in rounds in harmony.
 
Yup, lots of fun:)
 
Anyway, since we're both participating in Bramblewood Fashion's Keeping it Classy Modest Fashion Week, Kellie and I decided that we should take today's picture together...
 
Ellen (Kellie's sister), me, and Kellie - and Ellen finally passed me up:'(  Oh well, I knew it wouldn't be long...
 
Without meaning to (except for Ellen and Kellie, of course;), we all wore Fair Isle type sweaters and vests.  If you know Kellie and I, then you know that we pretty much share a brain, and often end up wearing similar outfits, or even the same outfits, on the same day.  We're used to it now:)
 
~My Outfit~
 
Shoes, or in this case, Socks - pink/green/cream - a present from my beloved cousin.  She bought them at...Beeelllk (Belk).  Sorry, inside joke;) 
Skirt - denim half circle skirt - made by me.
Petticoat/Slip - flannel half circle skirt with hand crocheted trim - made by me - adds some extra warmth to any skirt!
Shirt - teal v-neck - Goodwill
Vest - teal, pink and brown fair isle scoop neck - Maurice's...I think.
 
Happy Trails!
 

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Re: Keeping it Classy {Day 5}
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Posted 2011/02/18 - 5:45 GMT
Hello, Miss Edith~Natasha!:) Oh, yes, I do indeed lovely lavender! Sometimes my friends call me "the lavender girl." Every year I look forward to a certain weekend in July where an annual lavender festival is held in the town's park. Browsing through the myriad of stalls and booths full of lavender products, oils, sachets, food~oh, what fun, and a great way to obtain new ideas for crafts. Have you ever attempted to make lavender wands?
Yes, I have also tasted a very strong lavender lemonade, but as I recall last year's batch was edible!:) I think last year they even sold lavender ice cream!
 
Hope you are having a blessed evening! Thank you for leaving the sweet comment on my blog!
Love in Christ,
~Grace~
{Charlotte on Shelfari:)} 
Re: Keeping it Classy {Day 5}
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Posted 2011/02/18 - 6:08 GMT
Hello, Miss Grace!
I like your nickname - the lavender girl:)
I wish our neighbor still held a lavender festival.   It was so fun getting to walk down our country road to the neighbors and browse through the many booths - once my mom and I rode our horses over, just for fun;)  I think there's another lavender festival nearby though, which I am going to look into this summer.
No, I haven't made lavender wands, but I remember seeing pictures of them somewhere, possibly on your blog:)  They look so pretty, and would make lovely gifts.   I'll definitely have to try making them someday!
Lavender lemonade is definitely an acquired taste, I think;)  There might have been lavender ice cream, too, but I don't remember trying it.
 
Likewise, thank you for your sweet comment:)
In Christ,
~Tasha~

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