21 November 2008

Dogwood Blossoms

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dress: vintage
shoes: vintage
tights: Banana Republic
hat: Miller's Hats

Here are a few more photos from the abandoned house shoot. I wish this place was within walking distance from where I live. I could go back and shoot so many more photos in its rooms. I couldn't help but wonder who in the world lived here. There were flower stickers all over the ceiling in the kitchen. One of the bathrooms had a toilet seat printed with the Greek gods while the other bathroom had the most amazing playing card wallpaper. It was kooky to say the least. One of my favorite parts (of course) was the dogwood flower wallpaper that was hanging inside the kitchen pantry.

25 comments:

Emma said...

love the dress!

LadyRed said...

Amazing dress... even more so if you didn't have to tailor it!

Parapluie said...

Purely amazing!

moodboard said...

Somehow that dogwood paper would have come home with me;) Love love love

Jackie said...

Your outfits and photos are amazing!

Q's Daydream said...

How Fabulous, I love old buildings! Your dress is great! :o)

Meghann said...

Sally Jane!

I love your photos they are always so classic looking. I love this outfit.

I just had my blog revamped and I was wondering if you would like to do a link exchange?

My address is www.thriftyfashionista.com.

Thanks!

Meghann

Ulrika said...

Love the dress and the whole atmosphere in the photos.

jen said...

i love this outfit - the fishnets are a nice touch.

knockoutnikipresents.com said...

I totally would have jacked the wallpaper. The photos look stunning.

AlicePleasance said...

Amazing place indeed! I can think of 1000 different stories about the people who lived there. You look amazing as usual and I'm in love with the first picyure :-)

honey and lemon said...

great outfit as always :)
you always find the cutest vintage shoes. Whenever i do they're too small for me.
xx

Jen said...

Beautiful pictures!
I'm always impressed by your ability to connect outfits with the setting.

oh p.s...I have the same dress! Well, not really, the one I have was from saks and super big, but I altered it and it looks exactly like the one you're wearing.

Eyeliah @ stylesymmetry.com said...

Love the simplicity o your look here, classic pieces.

Fashion Tidbits said...

Greek gods...yum

Trains and Sewing Machines said...

You always find the most intersting spaces!

loou said...

beautiful.

muchlove said...

Those photos look fantastic. What a fascinating setting.

oh, and I love those shoes!

tis serendipity said...

what beautiful photos! =) how did you get the sepia quality and fuzzy black edges to it? do you use photoshop?

beccajanie said...

these photos are lovely. I always similarly wonder about old abandoned houses- they are so interesting.

Sunset said...

The dress frames your silhouette so nicely!

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Hippy Chic said...

These photos are beautifully taken and you look so vintage, I love it!

It would be very interesting to really know who lived there in the past. The dogwood paper wall hanging is pretty too.

esme and the lane way said...

Wow, what a beautiful building. I love that wallpaper. And your outfit!

CHRISELLE said...

wow, love the dark/mysterious/beautiful mood on this series.

great job!
i love ur blog and will be coming back for more!

xoxo
chriselle