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BOWS & BANDITS SUMMER LOOKBOOK

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Back in May, I got to spend yet another beautiful day with my friend Eva from Bows & Bandits Vintage shooting another little look book for her site. Little did we know when we set out to the Brooklyn Botanic gardens that no less than 40,000 bluebells in full bloom were waiting for us. Bluebells almost as far as they eye could see! It was pretty incredible, and played right into my pastoral English countryside dreams. You can visit Bows & Bandits on facebook to see the rest of the photos, taken on a Fuji Instax camera (jealousss) by Mr. George Denison.

I really feel like I earned this weekend, and I plan on spending it lounging, reading, buying flowers and avoiding anything that even so much as resembles a garment bag. Hope you have a good great one!

All photos by George Denison for Bows& Bandits, feel free to repost as long as you provide proper credit :n )

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

i drew a lil drawing based on a pic of you...

http://theseimages.tumblr.com/post/7166916135

alice heinz said...

gorgeous!!! i just started working at the brooklyn museum and am hoping to hop over to the gardens sooooon - never been before!

alice

pia said...

love these!

life is happy most of the time. said...

these are beautiful photos! nice work!! xx

Joy said...

Oof this is so nice. Simple but nice.

anna said...

How dreamy! It does look very English countryside-ish. Love the whites.

Helen said...

I wish my summer looked like this!

K. said...

So so so gorgeous, great work to you and your crew!
x x

Caitlin Rose said...

Aw, I love bluebells! This is gorgeous.

AnnaBananaCupcake said...

Wonderful photos!! Enjoy your Fourth of July too.
XOXO

Love_Again said...

oh gosh! those bluebells!!

Maggie said...

Completely beautiful. Like a modern Secret Garden. Posing for this shoot must have been so dreamy.

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Love those looks and pictures! ugh!

Claire said...

Oooh! So pretty! I love it.
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Stee said...

Rolling back through, catching up on my reading, and I didn't recognise them as Bluebells at first, because British Bluebells look so different! I wonder if they even smell the same?

buy blue bells said...

What a dreamy location....