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Swinger Of Birches

I do love a good climbing tree. I hopped in this one when my friend Brittany was visiting and she was kind enough to take a few pictures for me. This tree would make a perfect reading tree; the branches are exactly shaped to cradle your body while you lounge with a book in your hands while the leaves shade you from the sun. Sitting in it reminded me of my routine after school when we lived in North Carolina. I always had a sort of after school routine to unwind from the day; in junior high in dreary Washington State I would sit in front of our electric fireplace and read a book. In balmy North Carolina where I spent the first part of high school, I would lounge in a hammock out back, reading. I'd like to find a good place to read outside this summer.

Outfit details:
*pictures by Brittany

18 comments:

daisymay aka Chantele said...

I love that dress it is so pretty!
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Q's Daydream said...

gorgeous pictures and I lovvveeee that dress ;D

Hailey said...

That is really the perfect reading tree! :D And it seems like such a good place to relax, imagining that you're the only one knowing about it and lounging in its branches, drifting off to another world..
Ah, I wish I had a tree like that :)

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Syed said...

Love the print of your dress :) And I wish I had a tree near half as good as that to sit on around me. Unfortunately the council seem content to shave any and every tree they come across in my area :(

Yajaira said...

really cute dress, cute print

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WearAbouts said...

love your dresss <3
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kirafashion said...

so long I don't come here and how great you look in short hair! amazing pics, as usual.. :DDD

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Gems - Fashion Well Done said...

That dress is divine girl, and I love how you have toughened it up a little bit with the leather jacket.
Perfect outfit - and I'm loving how your back in that tree :)

Gems x

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Bivisyani Questibrilia said...

that is one peculiar-looking tree. No wonder you love it so much. Love your outfit by the way. Must be nice to have a tree to be a hang-out spot

My Hideaway said...

Whoa, that is a big tree. (Ok, I couldn't help but laugh as I typed 'whoa' because my brain instantly went to 'whoa, horsey' and you call yourself the clothes horse...completely not intended btw-lol). Anyhoo, love the dress paired with that jacket. :)

Mara said...

I've always wanted a nice big reading tree, sitting in one wearing a pretty dress seems like the most romantic thing. You pull it off really well!

Pretty Things said...

You look gorgeous, what great photos! Love the dress

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Kristian said...

That is one crazy tree, but it does look lovely to read in!

Laura said...

That tree is unreal! I've always dreamed of stumbling across such a tree...maybe someday :)

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Amy said...

You look sooo adorable and classy!

I love reading too, I use to go climbing trees with some friends of mine up near my old school, and we'd have a picnic in the tree... was soo sweet..except it was right next to a motorway :-)

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Melai said...

The photos are really cute. Gosh, that's one great tree you have there! :)


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Colleen Beaty said...

That dress has a really lovely silhouette on you.

I am fascinated by that tree. Actually, probably trees - it looks like several different trees grew very close together and ended up sort of merging, which does happen a lot. That crook you're sitting in looks like a perfect place for you to recreate your after-school reading routine!