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Outfit: Indiana's Daughter



I tried to style this little white dress a little different than my usual style. It feels like something Indiana Jones or his daughter might wear. Wouldn't that be a sweet movie or television series? Indiana's daughter out on adventures in the world--finding artifacts and saying "this belongs in a museum!"

details: old jacket, thrifted scarf, Chicwish dress, Samantha Pleet x Wolverine 1K shoes, Verameat rings
*pictures by me*



15 comments:

Blogoratti said...

An enchanting look and style. Greetings!

Ginngi Doll said...

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Justina Kenyon said...

These pictures are great. I love the idea of Indie's daughter following in his footsteps :)

Rhiannon Lorenzo said...

these photos are amazing!!

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Johanka said...

I'd totally watch series about Indiana Jones daughter!

Indy said...

Indiana Jones is my favorite (see my blogging pseudonym, haha!)! Your outfit is lovely - and how sweet would a story about Professor Jones' daughter be?!

Lix Hewett said...

Those shoes are INCREDIBLE.

To be honest, this outfit and the previous one you posted (similar one in a forest? may not have been exactly the one before) make me think of a ginger Luna Lovegood and I LOVE it.

Anna said...

Love the entire outfit, but I especially love all the little pops of red! So fun!

Izzy said...

Very cute, you always have such amazing photos. Love the way you edit! <3

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Cute photos :)
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Emmika said...

How do we go about making this TV show a reality and you star in it?!

Abby said...

These photos are STUNNING! xoxo

Srta said...

One of my fave posts ever! This has inspired me to do an illustration :) It's so amazing how you manage to take your photo by yourself.

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Indya Smith said...

Beautiful work. Love the image style.

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