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Hands in hallways


Like my flourishing collection of shoes, I also boast a pretty unabashed penchant for fresh white dresses, particularly those dripping in lace, tiered chiffon, and ruffled collars and cuffs. Lately, Victorian nighties are topping the charts... they're really just too pretty to overlook. So here's a peek at a little dark photography (in a gorgeous antique Broderie Anglaise lace nightgown) from a shoot I did a while back.

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el_martina said…
all your pictures are like art for me!
Danielle said…
Hi, I just stumbled upon your blog and I love it! This picture is the perfect combination of disturbing and elegant.

d a n i e l l e | daniellewu.com
Brooke Michie said…
This photo is purely amazing. Wow.

xx,
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