Thursday, September 29, 2011

The Many Lives of Lola part 1

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First of all I want to thank everyone for such a positive response... all of your nice comments have just made my day,week,year! This has been such a fun process and it is only just starting, so hooray for that! A big gigantic thank you to Jessie for helping me out with the photo shoot (and for the title of this post), you should definitely read her recap of the event, it makes me want to take the pictures all over again.

I thought I would go ahead and share each piece individually now! If you haven't figured it out by now, this should just be called the Lola Collection. This is Lola Braves the High Seas... This dress is my absolute favorite of the whole collection, its like my child, ha ha (my extremely difficult and complicated to make child). I just love it and it came out exactly perfectly as I had imagined it. Actually, it came out even better than I imagined. One of these will definitely make its way into my closet at some point in time. Also, the green color is called basil... how could I not choose that??

P.S. If anyone has any trouble ordering something or any question, email me!! Thevelvetbird@gmail.com

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7 comments:

  1. It is my favourite dress of yours too! <3 I love the collar, and it is so darling how it is 'basil'!

    x
    Lost in the Haze

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  2. you are so talented. all your hard work has definitely paid off! x

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  3. That's my favorite one too...you are very, very talented!!! And the woodsy shoot is just perfect :)

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  4. That is such an adorable dress! You did a fantastic job on it and on this photo shoot. :)

    -Gayle (Pemberley Rose)

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  5. Oh my goodness your designs are amazing! I love all of the bows and collars.

    besitos,
    rebecca

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  6. Oh my word, Lola Braves The High Seas = Swoon. I love the length on her. Usually this fashion of dress is made on the shorter side, but I could wear her to work! Splendid job, Vanessa!

    -Rachel

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