Friday, 23 January 2015

Sisterhood of the Travelling Hat: Little Miss Bamboo

I don't know if I'm just very impressionable, but I liked the first name suggestion I received: Adelaide. Plus it's a very Australian name, although not my part of it. Thanks to Bonita for that suggestion.

So Adelaide it is.

Adelaide has made her way to Belgium, to visit Emma, of the blog Little Miss Bamboo. Although she is a wintery sort of hat, the downside of visiting in winter is that the days are short and the weather is unhelpful.

Luckily, Emma managed to get some nice indoor shots with Adelaide.


For more photos and Emma's write-up, visit her blog at Little Miss Bamboo. You can also see lots of photos from the cool WWII events that Emma frequently attends. There's a lot of jeeps.
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  1. This is seriously the greatest idea, with sending Adelaide all over the world!!! I am seriously inspired to do something like this in the future:)

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    1. It is so much fun already, Madison! I got the idea from Joanna at http://dividingmoments.blogspot.com.au/ and her travelling dress. I highly recommend it! It would be fun to do with some other clothes or accessories too...

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  2. I'm glad to see Miss Adelaide is getting her frequent flier miles in already! She looks lovely on Emma, and I can't wait to see her on more ladies.
    <3 <3
    Jessica, Zella Maybe

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    1. She is moving fast! So exciting!

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  3. *squee* You picked my name! :D Actually, I'm really fond of the name Adelaide, and I wanted to call my daughter Adelaide, but couldn't quite bring the Mister around to it. Still, a hat called Adelaide is exciting too, and I can't wait for my turn to wear her! :D ❤

    xox,
    bonita of Lavender & Twill

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    1. Ahh the names you can't convince the other half about. I wrote a whole list of them to use on hats!!

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  4. She has a name! Excellent. Another gorgeous set of photos.

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  5. Oh, I'm excited now. I cant wait for Adelaide to come for a visit.

    She Knits in Pearls

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    1. I'm looking forward to seeing her trip to your part of the world too :)

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  6. I love the simple styling here
    retro rover

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    1. Yes, she has done a gorgeous job!

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  7. Thank you for this amazing project, Tanith! And thank you for sharing my photos!

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    1. You are very welcome for both, Emma! Glad to have you be a part of it :)

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  8. Marvelous name for this timelessly beautiful hat! I love that we're starting to see the first of the heads that it will be landing on as part of its exciting journey. Emma really styles it marvelously!

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. It is so much fun to watch it unfold! I'm glad you're enjoying it too :)

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  9. I really liked how Emma wore your hat. This is such fun!

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  10. Emma looks beautiful with Adelaide! This project is so exciting because embraces so many different people, so many different cultures and places :)

    Beta x

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    1. It is something I hadn't considered about the project before it started, but it really is wonderful! Plus I get to feel like I am globe-trotting vicariously through Adelaide!!

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  11. this hat is beautiful and the lady who wears it is absolutely gorgeous aswell.
    i can't wait to see more darling ladies rocking this hat!

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    1. Thank you for my hat's part of the compliment. Emma does look lovely :) I'm looking forward to the next instalments too!

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