27 April 2011

Long's Park

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photos by Tom b.

- H&M top
- Fletcher for Lyell shorts
- vintage Bass penny loafers
- H&M sunglasses
- Libris Lunaria tote

I hope you don't mind a very abbreviated text on today's post. I'm enjoying being outside way too much to be on the computer for very long these days. I spent all day yesterday with my hands in the dirt and I couldn't have been happier. Hopefully today will bring more of the same.

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15 comments:

Vanessa said...

Love the outfit! Great shoes!

sarah nicole said...

Cute! You belong at a beach party, in the 60's. Those shorts are great.

xo,

Sarah

Saige said...

Great outfit! I love the shorts.

Love,
Deer. Lady

Velvet said...

Beautiful photoshoot!

I'd like to see some pics of your garden haha.

Rosaspina Vintage said...

Spring makes you look even more beautiful Jennifer! These photos are gorgeous, love the lighting and the composition.
Ale

Pretty Things said...

beautiful pictures, love your shoes and that fox tote is awesome

http://blogoftheprettythings.blogspot.com/

xxx

Steffys Pros and Cons said...

love how youve tied up your shirt :)

<3 steffy
Steffys Pros and Cons

Cat said...

You always find such interesting spots to take photos! Love them all...and your fox tote bag is lovely!

http://www.takecourageblog.com/

Michelle of The Feather Den said...

Such lovely, lovely photos. I absolutely adore the colour of your blouse, it's such a pretty shade of blue! Perfect outfit for the wonderful weather.

x x Michelle
http://www.thefeatherden.net

Lariita said...

More beautiful :)

One kiss =D

Caitlin Rose said...

oh you look very pretty. for someone who doesn't wear shorts very often, you sure have nice legs ; )

AnnaBananaCupcake said...

You look so nice and relaxed in theses photos. It's a perfectly classic outfit and you look fantastic. Enjoy being outside all you like. I totally understand.
XOXO

Annebeth said...

another absolutely beautiful, casual look. very elegant :)

Cat Kuehn Designs said...

I love how your Vintage Bass Pennyloafers were what I had to wear with my school uniform everyday in high school. I dreaded the day I had to go buy them and now I wish I still had them.

Great blog!
Cat

Tashrin said...

I love how you always turn the simplest of outfits into glorious works of art. :)

Love

Tashrin
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