I mentioned in part one of this series how Pinterest is an often forgotten (or underestimated) business tool. Believe it or not I also discovered today’s featured boutique, Morning Lavender, through Pinterest.
While I definitely enjoy shopping at larger businesses there’s something special about shopping small.
It was an incredibly warm day in January, and the sky was prone to frequent drizzles. I had pieced together this outfit and wanted to shoot it for the blog, but soggy earth and limited energy left me unable to go very far from home.
The date was perfect until they walked through the revolving door.
Sender was returning home and decided to take the short cut.
She had just returned Herb Gardens for Beginners to Mrs. Potters, the elderly garden enthusiast who lived a block and a street away.
She went into the woods looking for the deer.
In particular, a doe with a white fleck on its brow in the shape of a star.
Chances are, unless you make your own clothes or have the money to spend on couture you are shopping at the same places as most other people. Historically there was more variety in clothing because items were hand made, but with importation and industrial changes…
During my blogging hiatus I spent a lot of time exploring my personal style and understanding what exactly I thought it was. As I came to recognize my style I was surprised to find that I didn’t always have the confidence to wear it…