It was a humid day. So finding water for breeze was very relaxing. At the edge of this bride are trees that provide much needed shade on such a day. I must say this is the perfect dress for a hot day. The breeze travels through it and the light colors reflect the sun.
Here I’m on the steps of a museum. I didn’t enter that day. The art that my soul craved was provided in the nature around me.
I’m glad I decided to venture out that day in my flower dress on a search for
something that spoke balance and peace. This is called Mary’s Garden if you get
a chance to visit the museum on a nice day stop for a moment and take it all in.
Chrysler Museum of Art
I recently had the opportunity to facilitate a “Royal Crown” party in Maryland. What I will do is show you some of the looks that emerged from the party.
The above look is the actual “Queen of the Day.” It was her birthday! This is a look for one who does not mind having their entire head wrapped. This fabric is hand-dyed batik.
Below is a style for one who may not wish to have their entire head covered. In this case both the scarf and the side pony tail was featured.
The final look I will show is a young lady whose curls were so pretty that I did not want to completely cover her hair.
I would like to say thank you to RicLamar Designer Fabrics of Hampton, Virginia of which I am an independent dealer. The hand dyed batik scarf is courtesy of RicLamar Designer Fabrics.
The fabrics in the above picture are both batik and African waxed fabric.