Wednesday, 29 July 2009

ewa i walla . . . gypsy inspired

Autumn/Winter 09
gypsy colours & contrasts
reflecting Nordic autumn


Jo Potter said...

Oh lovely clothes. My favourite type of clothing.
Gypsy skirts, lace, beads, and big belts. Fantastic!:)
Are you into wearing clothes like this Ruthie?

Ruthie Redden said...

Hi Joanne may, oh yes i am! i looove romantic, flowy clothes, think i should have been a gypsy in another life x x are you into these too?

Unknown said...

love, love, love these clothes-love the photographs as well! they all remind me of my first halloween costume-my mom made it for me when i was 6 and asked me what i wanted to be and i said, "a gypsy!". i didn't really know what that meant, but i knew it was something magical, that i could look into a magic crystal ball, wear a scarf on my head and tons of jewelry. my mom made a little ivory peasant top, a cobalt blue satin skirt and i wore a ruby scarf on my head with all my grandmothers and great aunties costume jewelry with red lipstick! i loved it so much that i wore the whole outfit as much as i could. looking at my wardrobe now(and even my icon photo), i have to say not much has changed! ha!

Ruthie Redden said...

Rowan - that is so lovely! my grandma was my inspiration. she had a huge box of wonderful floaty dressing up clothes and we used to fit ourselves out in gypsy style and dance round & round to the "freeborn man of the travelling people", it was then i fell in love with all things gypsy.

Jo Potter said...

Yes I wear these types of clothes, especially in the summer time!:)
Thank you for stopping by and leaving a kind comment about my cat.

Tammie Lee said...

Photos and clothing, ah.... wonderful. I have a skirt that reminds me of these- I wear it so often in the summer. Somehow they hold a graceful celebration of life.

suzanne said...

My favorite stylist !
Many succes in France.

Anonymous said...

Wow! I love the look. If you like this style, you should check out Magnolia Pearl @
I'm just sure that she's part fairie too!
Thanks for the cool blog.
Maribella said...