Thursday, February 13, 2014

For Real Comfort

sweater // Tulle
maxi skirt // made by me
scarf // fabric.com
socks // made by Winnie

A sparkly gold knit maxi skirt.  Freshly fallen snow.  This beautiful song from Emma. (click play above!) The thickest, softest warmest rainbow socks knit by my friend Winnie that I've been living in lately.

And just three more days till the Literary Heroine Blog Party... three more days to be twenty one.  I've been shamelessly listening to period drama soundtracks for weeks, posting literary quotes on Google+ and twitter, listening to As You Like It while I sew, reading Georgette Heyer and Dickens in every spare moment, nibbling chocolate, and playing the piano constantly... in short,  doing everything that the most wonderful time of the year calls for.
Join me?

I declare, there's nothing like staying at home for real comfort.

13 comments:

  1. The bright sunny day against the snowy landscape is beautiful and perfect for catching a few rays of warmth. Yep, nothing like comfy wool socks to keep the feet warm and cozy. I have been wearing the ones I made for me when we get our cold snap days down here, which lately have been coming at regular intervals! I have been enjoying all of your quotes on google+ in preparation of the LHBP. February is the best month to delve back into all the classic favorites!

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    1. February! <3 The socks are perfection personified, Winnie. I looove them:)

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  2. That looks soooo comfy cozy. I love it! Are you going to start selling the maxi skirts?
    Kimberly

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    1. Thanks! I may... this was a stash-busting project, but I do love them and think that's definitely a possibility:)

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  3. I love this so much. <3
    God bless, lovely! Your post just officially made my day!

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    1. Thank you so much! The feeling's mutual:)

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  4. Hey there Kellie!

    I am wondering what you would say if you knew that my sister thrifted a skirt of almost identical nature to the one you are sporting here? You can imagine my surprise when I saw the first picture of this post; I literally thought you had some how reached into Brigi's closet and pulled it out! But yours is clave rely made by the industrious fingers of the fashionable Kellie Falconer, and hers was merely thrifted. Haha! Dispute this extreme difference, I love both yours and her's very much, and have out on green envious eyes for my fashion statement.

    Much love and frilly splendors to you my friend!

    Jessica
    The eldest sister & singer

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    1. How fun is that? I only wish I could reach over to y'all's closet and pull a few things out:) xo!

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  5. Oops! I meant cleverly, and despite. It's hard to type a comment on an iPad!

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  6. Yes... being at home is the best for comfort! And I just love your skirt and socks! :) I need to prepare for the cold winter here in the southern hemisphere by knitting plenty of woollen socks... :) Can't wait for the Literary Heroine Party! :) Blessings!

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    1. Mmm... that sounds like a wonderful plan. Happy knitting! Over Lark Rise and lots of tea, of course:) <3

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  7. I just discovered your blog and so enjoying your literary slant (English major here) your photos and most of all...your Faith! Keep up the lovely work

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  8. Beautiful outfit! Looks super cozy...I feel like pulling those sock right on! But, I have those exact same slippers! I just love them!

    Ashley B.
    www.likenootherfashion.blogspot.com
    Like No Other

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