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The Annotated Alice

I had been longing to purchase this dress for months. I thought it looked very Alice in Wonderland-like. I have never read any of the stories before (maybe one day), but my husband read this whole book which includes the original artwork and loads of background information and he enjoyed it a lot. I decided to use it as a prop. Thanks to my husband Rob for taking these photos for me. We had a date for a few hours (rare for us) and started the date with this photoshoot in my parents’ woods (my favourite place). We then went to eat some sushi and the bookstore and just got to spend some time out together alone. It was lovely.
I know I post a lot of photos…

Vintage 70s Dress: Upside of Wonder
White long sleeved shirt: Delias
Shoes: Amazon
Necklace: Charlotte Russe
Flower Ring: Lila-Jo
Jacket: Wet Seal
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55 thoughts on “The Annotated Alice

  1. 1. Your necklace matches the embroidery on your dress perfectly2. I reaaaally like your blue jacket!3. The book is a great prop and the sort of darkly edited photo is so creepy. In a good way :)Bea from A plus B

  2. Ahhhh! Love the dress. Before you even said it, I scrolled through the pics and was like, it's very much like Alice in Wonderland! Too funny. Really pretty!xo,Jenna

  3. what a lovely photoshoot!!! and what a fun way to start off a date with your husband. kinda gets it started on a magical note, huh? i know that date nights around our house are so few and far between and any time we get that privilege, we make the most of it. i love the dress! so perfect on you and in that setting.

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