Strytllng

Under Her Spell

Posted in Uncategorized by strytllng on April 5, 2011



Why don’t we all live in Australia or Southern California, I am asking? Because it would ruin the fun of looking forward towards Summer. My city had a very hot preview this weekend of what the favorite season will be like. The sun came out for two days and had everyone walking in shorts, practising their laissez-faire boho mood. Isn’t it striking how very different the vibe of a hectic city can be as soon as the sun is out and the temperatures are up? It all changes with a few rays of light – turning dark faces into bright relaxation.

Images via Spell & The Gypsy Collective. Accessories in these fantastic pics designed by the very talented SPELL.

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  1. IsThatYouDorothy? said, on April 5, 2011 at 10:17 am

    Ha! I for once am only to glad NOT to be living in Australia or Southern California these days, where tan AD 2010/2011 seems to be coming either from having your face whipped by winds coming at extreme speed and in the company of a wide choice of other natural disasters, or being X-rayed and fried by whatever it is that is coming from Japan. Sorry to be a wet blanket:) BUT on the positive side, who knows? perhaps it is going to be us sporting Navajo-meets-fairy-land outfits already in April? As soon as I figure out how to make them baby-proof, I´m in!

    • strytllng said, on April 5, 2011 at 10:25 am

      “…us sporting Navajo-meets-fairy-land outfits already in April? As soon as I figure out how to make them baby-proof, I´m in!” <<< Hah, I love it.


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