Friday, February 5, 2010

The Nutcracker: A Picnic Adaptation


Is it not the most delicious thing ever to have a sinfully sweet picnic on a warm sunkissed Summer's day? Why not make that picnic themed? The Nutcracker, perhaps? Oh, and may I suggest having it at the beach for all those flip flopped people laxing out will certainly stare. And you know you love the attention.







My dear friend, Nasreen, looks so ethereal in her rendition of the sugar plum fairy. Her makeup is exquisite.









Of course, Victoria looks divine as per usual. Her pink angora cardigan is terribly sweet and can you believe she made the beautiful dress in the picture simply for this occasion? Some people are too talented for words.


Well, dear reader, I would love to hear more about your picnics/summer outings. 

13 comments:

Aych said...

Dearest Kelly,
I just adore your friend Nasreen's makeup! How pretty she looks!
And the tuille on Victoria's dress is quite the magical touch *:-)

I have this sinking feeling that summer will be over in a few hours... You know when you just start to enjoy lazy afternoon and dinner in the garden...and then school goes back? x

heleen said...

Oh dear, this makes me crave summer so badly... While you Aussies are enjoying sun-drenched picnics I'm still covered up in 5 layers of clothing and can't leave the house without a pair of (preferably ruffled) gloves.

Suusje Q. said...

Beautiful pictures!

Thanks for your comment, girl!

Suusje Q.

Kayleigh Ann said...

Sooooooo cute.
Pretty Picnic :)

Kayleigh Ann x

http://www.kayleighannstyleblog.blogspot.com/

Claire said...

That bright red and black under the pale delicate dress on Nasreen looks grand!

I really like your blog header, by the way! It's kicky!

Anouk said...

Your friend Victoria has a faaaaaabulous hair. Also, where do you live that you have such good weather at the moment? I wish I can have a picnic now!

Anonymous said...

My friend and I were recently talking about how modern society has evolved to become so integrated with technology. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.

I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside... I just hope that as technology further develops, the possibility of uploading our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's a fantasy that I daydream about all the time.

(Submitted by S3 for R4i Nintendo DS.)

aldonza said...

hello
you look so cute in all pictures¡¡¡
i oved
your dress and the phtos are very are true inspirations....
thanks for comment in my blog iam added to your follower and the blog roll one kiss
al.

aldonza said...

hello
you look so cute in all pictures¡¡¡
i oved
your dress and the phtos are very are true inspirations....
thanks for comment in my blog iam added to your follower and the blog roll one kiss
al.

The Owl's Closet said...

looks like u guys had a great time! i love the idea of a themed picnic:) love ur friend's interpretation of the sugar plum fairy, too!

TheOwlsCloset.blogspot.com

olivias-pizzaz said...

I live in mission bay! haha
xx

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Anonymous said...

"Too talented for words" ha ha ha. she looks like she has a broken spine, her stoop is matched only by ladyhawke. man i feel sorry for your friends. and nasreens nose, lol