Wednesday, 24 April 2013

hair rolls and lady ties

mustard-lady-tie a Happy Wednesday! This week is going really quickly. I can't believe it is already almost a week ago that I took these. I was trying out a bit of a 1940's hair snood style, with Betty Grable inspired hair rolls (and height!), and found my mustard lady tie (from the store Flapper Girl, who kindly sent me this one about a year ago – you may remember my post about it back then, too?) from ages ago. I love it with my vintage dress – and my mustard cardigan on top was a pretty good match.

Thanks for the lovely comments on my last post. It was really fun to do and I can't wait to do more, when I am at the
good stage of mah hair cycle again! I can do step-by-step details if you like? Let me know. Anyway, have a loooovely Wednesday! I promise I have some posts coming up of more than just me!!! mustard-lady-tie b

23 comments:

WendyBee said...

TeeHee! I was never a Girl Scout, but somehow this outfit reminds me of their uniforms. I think your dress is gray? but looks a little pale green?
Charming as ever!

Comrade Von Pussycat said...

Simply gorgeous!

MarieBayArea said...

I love the posts of just you and your awesome style sensibilities. Keep them coming! The are so gorgeous and inspiring.

Patricia Ele A said...

So lovely! Please do more hairstyle tutorials

Aloysia Adinda Nareswari said...

lovely post! yes, you have to do the step-by-step! ^_^

http://dindaloysia.blogspot.com

Kristie Webster said...

Ooh! That tie is divine!

Naomi said...

Love your hair! And yes more hair & make up tutorials would be amazing!!

Adora Mehitabel said...

That dress is stunning! And your so beautiful! www.adoramehitabel.blogspot.co.uk

Christine said...

You are lovely, as always! Thank you for the shout-out, gorgeous girl!

xoxo
Christine

Anna Tallbo said...

I just found your blog and your instagram a couple of weeks ago and I must say I really love them a lot! You are very beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for sharing your life! Love from Sweden

Jessica Cangiano said...

So very charmingly beautiful! A lady tie (vintage or repro) is on my "hope-to-buy" shopping list for this year. I've been swooning over them for an age and a half, and it's high time I added one to my wardrobe, too.

♥ Jessica

Retro Chick said...

That's such a cute collar on that dress. Ilove it!

Gorgone said...

a tutorial would be very helpful! :)

Sammi said...

Gorgeous dress, and I love Flapper Girl's lady ties!! Just lovely.

xox Sammi
www.thesoubrettebrunette.blogspot.com

Becky said...

Your hair is so beautiful here!

Becky
xx

Danielle said...

Eeep! Your hair is absolute perfection <3

Ava G said...

I love the color combination! Your hair looks great! Isn't it sad when a dye job begins fading? I've been coloring mine a very vibrant auburn, but sadly after a week or so it starts to look so sad. ): Oh, the maintenance.

Alexa

Andi B. Goode said...

The yellow looks so good against the grey! Lovely.

Taygan said...

SO lovely :)
I really must get myself one of those lady-ties, I've been thinking about it for so long and you've just convinced me!

elke said...

you should do more tutorials :-) share your knowledge! :-)

India Flood said...

I love this hair please do a tutorial on how to do it! Love your blog

- India
www.lil-pink-houses.blogspot.com

Märta said...

Your hair is gorgeous!

Maddison McConnell said...

Please to a step-by-step of this! It looks so stunning!!! I can't wait to try it out! : D

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