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Summer Sundress in Liberty of London Tiny Poppytot

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Greetings from Maine!  It isn’t every day that I am able to photograph my fashions in front of a bower of sweet peas.  I wish you could smell them.

This lovely print from Liberty’s Wild Flowers collection, Tiny Poppytot was inspired by illustrations in children’s magazines from the 1930s. The design features flowers with symbolic meaning: bluebell for the Greek moon goddess Selene, and the snowdrops and honeysuckles symbolize friendship, consolation, hope and devoted love.  This colorway is unusual and so striking, with shades of purple, orchid, and greenish gold.  The full skirt is have a deep purple tulle underskirt.  A mauve silk cummerbund and side bow are an additional pop of color at the waist.

This fashion fits Silkstone Barbie, Poppy Parker, Victoire Roux, FR 2 dolls

Now on Etsy!




About hwesterv

Designer of couture fashions in 1/6 scale

6 responses »

  1. How gorgeous is that in amongst the sweat peas!!! 🙂

  2. Where in Maine? Our shared birthplace? We plan on going again next year. Enjoy! Gorgeous fashion too. Hugs!

  3. Your dress matches the sweet peas!! Lovely, Hilda!! You must be visiting your mom? Have a nice vacation!! 🙂


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