garden to garment

For those of you that live in a climate where you have gardens all year round – I envy you.  This is the time of year in Boston where things start to bloom, and it is quite lovely.  Our seasons of sun and blooms are so short,  I can safely say we don’t take them for granted!  After seeing a few blooms starting to peer out from the ground in the garden of our building yesterday, I was inspired by the beauty of garden blooms we have ahead in the coming weeks.  For today’s post I took cues from some stunning gardens including the breathtaking gardens of architect Peter Marino’s Hamptons getaway featured on Architectural Digest {a must see post that stopped me in my tracks}.

And of course in any type of design field, the design of one thing can influence another, such as runway to room or fashion to fête, today I thought we could take some cues from these gorgeous gardens and translate them into fashion finds.

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Happy weekend and cheers to spring, the season of new beginnings!


bathing suit | earrings | silk scarf | silk crepe de chine top | lace espadrilles | statement necklace | cashmere long sleeve tee or silk trimmed sweater

About Emmanuelle

Event Planning & Public Relations in the Boston Area specializing in fashion, beauty, textiles & consumer goods.
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3 Responses to garden to garment

  1. Christiane says:

    your blog post is Amazing!!!!

  2. Robin says:

    Beautiful – Your fashion styling capture the essence of your inspirations perfectly!

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