Monday, 9 April 2012

The Egyptian snake charmers daughter

Frock number two has travelled all the way from New Zealand...
The Frock:
I was sent this stunning vintage wrap dress by bona fide frock goddess Helga in July last year. 
I often start planning a holiday wardrobe long before I'm even planning a holiday and as soon as I clapped eyes on this beauty I knew it had to come with me on my next magical mystery tour and so it did ;)
It is labelled 'Oriental Crafts'.
This frock ticks all the boxes in my opinion with its comfy & chic cut, stunning brick red colour and amazing print.
The Trimmings:
Also featured in the pics are a pair of vintage 70s St Michael raffia wedge sandals that I bought from a local charity shop, a pleathora of jingly-jangly bangly things that I've picked up from a variety of markets & boot sales here in London.
The Hair:
 Two synthetic ponytails bought from PAK cosmetics, attached with the help of one thousand and one kirby grips...it certainly felt like that many anyway ;)
It has to be said that it was a bit of a pain in the proverbial to do this at five in the morning.
The Hindsight:
I could have saved myself a lot of bother if I had only brought a wig instead.
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 Have a great week peeps, thank goodness it's only four days til Friday!
Lot's of love,
Jennie
xXx


4 comments:

edie pop said...

These photoshoots are amazing!!
I ♥ 'Frocktasia in Egypt' reportage!
xxx

grunge-queen said...

It's an absolutely fabulous boho dress and it looks wonderful on you, especially in that inspiring setting!

La Dama said...

Your breathtaking plats hairstyle and fabulosa frock is already hypnotizing me already.
Such astounding surrondings amor.
Besotes

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