Welcome back for week 9 of the Polly Dolly weekly Polyvore challenge!
Every Thursday I’ll post a new Polly Dolly Theme Challenge, then you toddle off and get creative. You can credit the items if you want and add a bit of an explanation of why you chose the pieces or you can just share your clipboard… it’s up to you. When you’re done maxing out your imaginary credit cards, simply add your link below using your blogs name as the “title” and a direct link to the specific blog post. Note: As Polyvore only publishes to Twitter or Facebook, I’ve found the easiest way is to click on your set, and go to ‘view details’. Then go to ’embed on your blog’ and copy the html (you can chose to have just your picture, or the item info as well). Paste it into your post in the html section. Easy!
I have four god children, whom I love very dearly and miss every day. Thank goodness for blogs because I would miss so much of their childhood moments without them. One of my best friends gave my godson a brother and in early June little Naythan will be blessed. Unfortunately I won’t be able to attend as the event will be in Darwin and flights are unaffordable at the moment. So instead I’m going to dress my Dolly in what I would wear if I could go to a…
I was instantly drawn to this dress, I love how it’s structured and the cornflower blue is divine. I’d wear grey heels and a lovely little waterfall cardigan to add a bit of softness and warmth for snuggling bitty babies. To add a bit of pizazz I’d wear a bright and bold necklace. I’d also carry this cute little purple rose clutch and have a similar rose in my hair or on the cardigan. I would keep the earring simple with plain white pearl studs. Pastel nails are all the rage and I love this lilac shade. I’d finish off the look with glossy tinted lips and long lovely lashes. Of course, being in Darwin I’d have to wear a pair if sunglasses and I’d feel naked without my camera. I’d take photos of the day and give that as a gift to the family as I did with my godson Tennyson.
What would you wear to a christening / baptisim?