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June 18, 2010

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tenthings.

This is beautiful! I love these glasses and how you paired it with the darling outfit!

Makes me want to plan a tea party. {now}.

I think I'll wear a floaty, sheer, floral dress with sandals and make a big pitcher of Tazo Passion iced tea-lemonade!

alexis

Thanks for the kind feedback. I'm glad that it inspired you to want to plan a tea party. I'm planning an iced tea party at the moment and can't wait to post about it!

Your tea party dress & tea pairing sound lovely. Be sure to share some pics if you do have that lovely tea party!

lauren

Ha even before I read your post I knew those glasses were from anthro! Oh I have burned too much money in that store. More posts like this please.

For a tea party I would wear my knee length linen skirt with my coral pink sweater that has pearl buttons on the back. To top things off, or bottom things off, I would wear my cute floral and sage sling backs that have a beautiful burnt orange bow over the peep toe. Those shoes are as cute as tea cups. (I bought them for that reason alone)
I would wear that outfit while eating green tea icecream and drinking down a nice glass of iced green mint tea. w

alexis

wow, what a lovely description. that sounds like a fabulous tea party outfit. have you ever worn it to anything tea related?

And yes, there will be more where this came from. I plan on posting a sip & style post at least once a month.

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