Tuesday, March 5, 2013

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Lots of color and prints popping into the shop this week, and my favorite might just be those crazy pop art peppers at the end!  It may not yet look like it, Northern Hemisphere, but Frühling kommt!  ("Spring is coming."  And I am studying German.  So get used to random German terms being tossed around here.  Anyone with advice or thoughts on learning another language in adulthood, please feel free to leave a comment.  I'd love to hear from you!)



1950s lilac pintuck bodice Alpenblumen dress with Peter Pan collar.


1960s green sketched plaid dress with ruffled hem.


Deadstock 1980s lilac dot crew neck sweater.


1950s kalamata print dress, by Frances Prisco.


1950s Bring Flowers to the Ruins blouse, by Shapely Classic.


1960s colorful striped taffeta dress.


1970s Levi's Sierra Humps & Saddlery denim skirt.


Deadstock 1960s daisy print dress, Shaker Square by Bill Sims.


1960s mandala print zip-up piqué blouse.


1960s flower vine print dress, by Evelyn Pearson.


1960s taffeta pop art pepper print blouse.

xo
K

6 comments:

  1. What! Those peppers look crazy good.

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  2. Those pop art peppers are AMAZING!
    And German? Wow! You didn't pick an easy language to learn. Though I suspect it will help you converse with Mr Waltz better. ;)

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    1. Actually, so far the German isn't too difficult. To pronounce anyway. Maybe it's all the German already in me, but I find it much easier and more "natural" to pronounce German words than, say, French. But we'll see how I feel when I get to the über-long compound words!

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  3. love the pics of the dresses, they look awesome! and I LOVE those 40s shoes...love.

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  4. Um, love the peppers!

    My Snell Teach Yourself Hindi books taunt me daily from my bookshelf, so I'm no expert, but I'd recommend pop culture consumption (like a certain actor's films) when possible, along with the usual language study exercises. I've picked up very (VERY) rudimentary Hindi just from years of Bollywood films and songs.

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    1. Yes, my fellow print-lover, aren't the peppers crazy? I love them.

      I was hoping someone would come along and make that very suggestion (pop culture consumption). I listed to a half hour Waltz being interviewed on a German TV show yesterday...and yeah. I have a ways to go. ;)

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