What a beautiful photo story!
Amazing outfit and photos, you really look like a doll.
So beautiful, love the hat and jacket!
I adore that dress you're wearing, little lady. And your hair is getting pretty long again!
Thanks, Crystal Lee! It is a much more satisfactory length now; I haven't had hair this long in three years, and it feels great!
Looking gorgeous in that heavenly dress and velvet jacket. That hat is the perfect finishing touch, stunning.
Everything you wear is just so beautiful and so are you!bisous,www.bighipsredlips.com
Your pictures are always the dreamiest!Amiawww.teapotsandbelles.blogspot.com
Damn, your outfit is dreamy and bohemian and just perfect overall, really. x
Absolutely love the outfit. And you really have that doll-like expression and pose down pat. Gorgeous post, as always.
My goodness you are the most beautiful living doll :)
lovely,been really enjoying your latest posts
Truly breathtaking miss! Please tell me more about the makeup on your vanity - I love hearing about what my favorite bloggers use! <3
Thanks, Kailey! ♥♥♥I mostly use drugstore makeup: Revlon foundations and lipstick (this one is Black Cherry I believe), L'Oreal and Almay eyeliner, Coty airspun powder, and Sonia Kashuk blush. Oh, and the falsies are from Party City ;)
I'm in love with the final shot. I love the organic art compositions created on a woman's dresser. :)Tea For Two
Thanks Kelly-Ann! I agree, dressers and vanities have the most lovely mess; it looks like an overgrown garden or treasure chest!
Thank you, all!! I'm having so much fun using my school's DSLR camera, and can't wait to shoot more pictures with it.
I was gonna say, wow Dakota got a new camera!
There is so much goodness going on in these photos. I love your dress and all textures going on - the bedspread, the curtains, your COAT. That doll is creepy... in a good way.
Such splendidly captivating photos - something about the inclusion of silver hand mirror in particular really drew me into this set of images. I think it relates to how the photos themselves are a bit like holding a mirror up to the (wonderful) past.♥ Jessica
Thank you Jessica!With my handmirror I was trying to evoke the vanitas paintings of the Dutch masters :)
That first picture is so good. There's something bizarre and intriguing about it, with the way your head is cut off and your legs are straight and the placement of your hand... also the colors are gorgeous ~~~
♥♥♥Speak right up---I read & cherish your every word!Just keep things mannerly, please.♥♥♥