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16 comments:

Anne said...

These pictures of mother&daughter are just sublime !
BTW I love your dress ;-)

Yoli said...

Oh Maia, that is just beautiful.

FDChief said...

I love your kimono/robe/gown. Very ukiyo-e...

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Thanks! I'm glad other people approve of my outfit-thingy. I call it a kaftan (though since I've never owned a kaftan before, I'm not sure why I think so). My husband calls it a mumu, and has been making fun of me since I first wore it! (I found it at my new favorite resale store for only $16! And it's beautifully-made. An expensive piece originally. An in mint condition.) And you know what? I don't even care who makes fun of my "mumu". It's my favorite work-at-home-in-hot-weather outfit now. One piece only, slip it over the head and go, all cotton and gauze, acceptable at the coffeeshop when I have to make a run, and...come on, whatever you call it, it's SO much more stylish than sweats and PJs, which is what I usually wear in the studio!

An Carol said...

feeling nice when you together with your Q Q :)

lovepics said...

you're beautiful in that kaftan, with all the flowers around... lovely Q, as usual!

Charlie said...

Gorgeous! You two are beautiful together. Have an awesome day!

Rachel said...

Everything is just beyond beautiful.

(I would also wear that "mumu" with pride and love!)

FDChief said...

Suggestion? Arrange for a candlelit evening after QQ's bedtime featuring something lucious and romantic for dessert, aperitifs, and then nothing but you, the kaftan, some sort of sultry perfume and...well, you know the rest.

He'll have such fond memories of your garment that he'll cherish it until it's threadbare and faded.

Like I say, I love it. Very "floating world"; you look like a dream of a dreaming geisha, bloomingly like the blooms around you.

vitrines said...

très poétique...
odette et fernande

The Cottage Cheese said...

Such sweet pictures of you and Q! And I love how your interspersed them with poppies.

Anonymous said...

So beautiful ! I love your Kimono (and poppies too) :-)

Capucha said...

PS : the anonymous comment was mine :D

hiki said...

Oh this is beautiful!!!! I love what you've done.
I've noticed this 餃子 lantern before in your pictures, it kind of feels funny to see it here to me but it matches perfectly in this set :)

Geisslein said...

and a red post too?! so great!! I love your creativity!!!

isabelle said...

Beautiful post, I love it !!