Thursday, April 07, 2011

Daisy's Spring Wardrobe: Dotted Swiss


Here you see Daisy having styled herself for a visit from her best friend, Hope. Many accessories are in place.


A case of less not being more.

Pale green dotted swiss made up into this dress.

15 comments:

Hana - Marmota said...

The hat makes this a very stylish piece! And the flower on the hat, of course.

Karen said...

How precious is she? I cannot believe how grown up Daisy is getting....

Rose said...

Isn't she getting tall!

good_to_be_home said...

And she's as pretty as can be.

Lisa said...

Is it really sleeveless weather where you are? Ahhhhhh!

Lovely pictures of a springtime daisy.

Lisateresa

Heather said...

The perfect dress and accessories for a play date! Daisy looks so grown up these days - it's wonderful to see your family thriving!

bobby said...

Fits Daisy, perfectly! Love the picnic style bench and table.

Tami said...

Fits Daisy's style, perfectly. Love the table and bench. Is that old and where did you find such a thing?

kath said...

So adorable! I just finished making a summer wardrobe of shorts sets for my little granddaughters. Now I can''t wait to start the dresses!

Kate said...

What a little doll!

~Kate

Leah H said...

Very nice Daisy! You really know how to make your guest feel important and special, dressing up for her like that.

Polly said...

She's ready for the Derby!

Are her glasses for reading only? I noticed she's not wearing them in her wardrobing photo shoot pictures.

She looks so grown-up!

Anna said...

Polly, her glasses are supposed to be for general wear but she has a hard time with the fact that they make things look smaller, and she usually wears them only for viewing Cranford (her current DVD obsession) or if we happen to go to the opera. I think she will continue to get more near-sighted and eventually cotton on to the fact that clear is much better than blurry, but it's her choice.

Mary Ellen Barrett said...

She's very lovely.

Polly said...

I totally identify. At 33 years old I have the exact same issues with my glasses. If it weren't for contacts (somehow the fact that I can't push them up on my head matters) I'd never see more than 5 feet in front of my face. I got glasses at 12ish but never gave in to regular wear until after law school destroyed what little distance vision I had left!

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