Greetings from Austria! I'm sitting on a mountain in traditional dress much like this lovely lady below...
I wish! heehee :) Life isn't quite as picturesque as that for me right now but I am enjoying myself. So let me add some enjoyment into your midweek! I'm really thrilled that I have good internet access in my hotel so I can read all your gorgeous posts, they make me very happy! Here are my personal picks from this week:
- I am in love with this tablecloth dress from "Welcome to DeluxeVille". I'm a bit obsessed with plaid at the moment...
- These pictures of Miss Woody in Hopeless Lingerie are stunning, the garter belt is so ridiculous cute and beautiful!
- Leigh Ann of Voodoo Stitches took my breath away this week with her beautiful 1920s inspired lace "cake" dress project. All the materials for this gorgeous dress came from her stash, now that's stash busting with style :)
- Tuppence Ha'penny Vintage shared some great shots from a 1958 edition of LIFE magazine, all featuring black and white checked fabric. It has got me dreaming in balck and white for future projects.
- I recently discovered the blog "Bright Young Twins" and I am total enamored with the chic style of both it's authors. Check out their fabulous travels in Berlin (Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4), they know how to travel in style!
- These pictures over at Harem of Peacocks made me smile so much I had to share them with you. The fair ground colours make life better in general!
- Fleur shared some au naturel-ish photos over at her blog this week. I think she shows all of us vintage girls that we don't need scarlet lips and eye liner to look beautiful. I think she looks stunning, don't you? :)
- And finally another fabulous make from Debi at "My Happy Sewing Place". This time it's a beautiful 1950s halter top, but my favourite part of this make is the plaid belt that she made from a scarf. It's such a good idea and, as always, it's been executed perfectly :)
That's it from this Wednesday's Wonderfuls, I hope you've enjoyed them and you're having a great week so far. I'll be back soon with further Austrian adventures and some embroidery updates :)