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Outfit: Narnia


As I mentioned before, we had a little snow on one of Thomas's last days in town and decided to take advantage of the wintry scene for a slightly more surreal photoset that I didn't get around to editing until now. Despite my sensible boots and cozy coat I didn't last long in the cold so these would probably have been more impressive if I had allowed Thomas more than ten minutes to take them! My cold stamina has been quite low this year since we haven't had enough snow for me to become accustomed to it. At this point I'm easy pickings for the White Witch.

"It is easy to acknowledge, but almost impossible to realize for long, that we are mirrors whose brightness, if we are bright, is wholly derived from the sun that shines upon us." 
C.S. Lewis 

Outfit details:
old bow
ASOS belt (old, similar)
old boots (similar)
*pictures by Thomas

26 comments:

Andini Ria said...

Really magical photos, love the use of the mirror! *__*

Andini xx
Adventures of an Anglophile

Laura Mitbrodt said...

These photos are so pretty and magical
xo
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Sophie Woodward said...

You have such wonderful photo's on your blog.

They are such a joy to look at!

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Emma said...

Love how you've used the mirror, it looks so magical- just like Narnia! Your dress is such a lovely colour on you too!

Emma xo // Wallflower Wardrobe

Elizabeth Murdock said...

Those photographs are so perfect! xx
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the style kitten said...

You make amazing photos. and you have amazing outfits too

Sheila Joy said...

great shots!

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Eden Mint said...

Love the use of the mirror on your photos, beautiful dress!

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Winnie said...

You look stunning in the red dress and the stark white snow - love the mirror idea too!

Bronwyn said...

these pictures are really cool, when i saw one of the on instagram it took me embarrassingly long to work out how it worked.

i love your red dress, it goes so well with your hair
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larkspurvintage.com said...

I love this post Rebecca. The photos are stunning and such a creative idea. You and Thomas are a great team :)

Polkadot Pink said...

As always, your photographs are simply stunning. I love reading your blog xx

Jessica said...

I love the use of the mirror in the photos. It's such a lovely and whimsical touch. The red velvet dress and bow are so sweet, perfect for the Narnia theme here.
Cheers,
Jessica, Zella Maybe

Rhiannon Lorenzo said...

so gorgeous!!

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egallis said...

Really beautiful! And I seriously love me some Lewis. We named our second son after him.

Lucy in the Sky said...

Beautiful pictures! I love the Narnia inspired theme!

prudence yeo said...

Absolutely beautiful set of pictures with an ethereal vibe! Love the elegant cut-out design at the back of the pretty dress and the gold belt is such a cool piece!

Prudence
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Nikki Williams said...

these photos are a work of art-- like always!

xx nikki
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Anna said...

Love the mirror and it's use! Love how magical snow makes everything! <3

Jamie Rose D. said...

I love the mirror prop used here! These shots turned out wonderful even if you were only out there 10 minutes.

Jamie | PetitePanoply.com

shelovesdresses said...

These photos are so dreamy and good. <3 And I love your whole outfit and eye makeup! Perfect as always. <3

Jeannee Waseck said...

Beautiful photos - magical, yes, I agree w/ the first commentator! Dreamy, indeed :)

Anne M said...

You just picked the perfect title to this blog post! You have amazing and creative photos. They all look so cool and magical!

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Samantha said...

Ah, I just adore your photography! These pictures are beautiful! I've seen the mirror prop before, but only ever with green scenery, I really do love how it looks with the snow.

Celeste the Best said...

What was the name of the artist that you posted who did this with landscapes, again?

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Celeste, there are many photographers who play with mirrors. I've posted on at least 2: Sarah Bodri & Cody William Smith. But those are just the 2 I remember, there might be more I've posted on and yeah mirrors are a common thing to play with for photographers so it might not be either of those that you are thinking of.