7 de junio de 2015

Ceramic and Print Ship

Another skirt that has become my favourite.The ships in the print are very similar to 1927 ceramic tiles I had admired for a long time; and yes skirts, always skirts don't ask me why, but I always turn everything into a skirt, hahaha. It was curtain material, but as soon as I set my eyes on it I fell in love with it. Love took me to the sewing machine and here I am wearing it.
Otra falda destinada a ser mi favorita. Los barcos del estampado me traen a la memoria unas baldosas de cerámica de 1927 que llevo admirando hace años.Y sí faldas, siempre faldas jajaja. No me preguntéis por qué pero todo lo convierto en faldas jajaja. La tela estaba destinada a ser unas cortinas, pero al ver el estampado me enamoré y el enamoramiento me llevó a la máquina de coser y aquí me tenéis con ella puesta.
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31 comentarios

  1. La falda es una preciosidad!
    Besos

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  2. Has hecho muy bien en hacer la falda en vez de cortinas, me encanta y el reloj es también muy bonito! Un abrazo enorme amiga.
    http://www.solaanteelespejo.blogspot.com.es/

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  3. Amazing skirt, I love it too :))) I love skirts!! The blue is magical!! You are magical XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  4. Love the look...especially how you paired the lace top

    www.myunfinishedlife.com

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  5. Oh so chic by the sea!! The new skirt is awesome! Indeed, why not to wear ceramic tiles or curtains? You sure do it brilliantly, my dear! Love how you combined it with lace, and your accessories are always spot on. Wooden watch - of course! White nail polish - so fresh! The necklace is wild, and so is your wonderful hair! Happy Summer! xxxxx

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  6. The skirt reminds me of Delft tiles, just gorgeous! Fab setting, too! xxx

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  7. Cute look darling! This skirt is marvellous...and you're beautiful!
    Baci,
    Coco et La vie en rose - Valeria Arizzi

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  8. What a great fabric and very suitable with the background!How powerful to can turn any fabric to skirt.Hugs, Angie.

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  9. I adore the print on your skirt :)
    Great look!

    Thanks for stopping by Creative Mondays,,,

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  10. Sacramento you're fabulous! The skirt by itself is lovely - I love any type of blue and white print, I can see why you had to make something from this fabric - but with the white lace top it's nothing short of stunning...!!!

    Catherine, Not Dressed As Lamb x

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  11. La reina de los mares y las faldas :)

    .Estelle.

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  12. It's a gorgeous print, and how wonderful you're able to make a skirt from it! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday, xo.

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  13. Grandes Calos. Hermosa blusa y falda.
      Gran peinado. Kisses...have a good week...

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  14. Love your Jord watch! I'm wearing mine right now too.

    Those colours are perfect for where you live.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  15. What a fantastic outfit - the print with the white lace is lovely. Your skirt looks like a beautiful piece of Delft! xxx

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  16. So cute! More angel wings I see.
    The skirt is lovely especially with that print beside the sea with your fishy necklace.
    Very elegant nautical! Xo Jazzy Jack

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  17. oh Sacramento! Hola!
    I have returned to blog-land and you need to hop on by, please. I love your take on my posts!!!! Yes, I have returned finally and shall be around for as long as the great God in heaven allows. ♥renae

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  18. oh dear! I'm rude. I was going to tell you that I love your ensemble and I detect you are shedding some pounds???? yes???
    ♥renae

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  19. Love the pattern, i can see why you had to make this into a skirt. So good with your lacey top. Enjoy your new watch.

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  20. That ship pattern is absolutely beautiful :) I love tall sail ships, always have, so I can definitely see why you love that skirt.

    Have a great week!

    Alex - Funky Jungle

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  21. In love with your ceramic print skirt, so beautiful !!! Kisses

    Fashion and Cookies

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  22. Beautiful skirt, Sacramento. Your talent is infinite!

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  23. I love everything about this, the sailing ship, the crochet detail of the top , blue!
    Lovely!!

    Thanks for linking up with Turning Heads Tuesday!
    jess xx
    www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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  24. Here is another outfit I adore. Looks beautiful on you. Are you familiair with Delft Blue? As our famous Dutch ceramics are called Delft Blue and look very much like your skirt.
    Love the pendant too. And the watch. I wear my Jorden wooden watch a lot too. It is getting a bit wide by wearing.
    Greetje

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  25. You look fantastic! I just love this outfit!

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  26. Brilliant skirt, I'm in love. I need, need, NEED to learn to sew! It's impossible to find beautiful skirts - I don't like them above the knee or dragging the ground which is just about all there is out there!

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  27. Es una auténtica preciosidad, a mi también me recuerda a un tipo de dibujo victoriano super bonito que se usaba para ilustrar... en fin espectacular!!!!

    <3

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  28. It's much better as a skirt than curtain! Even without the caption, I could tell where the inspiration came from. So beautiful!

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