Well, if you're gonna post cherry blossom-related things, you might as well
start it off with a really pretty photograph of some actual cherry blossoms.
Not sure how life is in either Lake Edna or your neck of the woods, but ho-ly cow, it's like spring is on fast-forward around here. Temperatures have been at record highs for weeks now, and after months of the landscape doing its level best to make people look into being diagnosed with clinical depression, it's finally getting colorful out there.
Case in point: Ten days ago, I was crowing about the daffodils finally blooming in my side yard; and now, not only are there daffodils absolutely every-freakin'-where, but now the trees are starting to get in on the action, and Internets? That. Is. So. RAD.
So today, how's about looking some cherry blossom stuff? Huh? Huh? That sounds like a good idea? Thought so.
First up is this beautifully beaded boho headband, which--according to the description--can also be worn as a ribbon choker. So, y'know, if you like versatile things, you can't do better than this.
And just before you start thinking it, no, today's post is not mainly headbands. Behold:
See this? Decidedly not a headband at all. Also, it's upcycled from an old kimono, so it's dressy and green. Score!
It's the little lacy butterfly that really makes this fascinator, if you ask me. Because honestly, how much more springy can you get?
And just because it's been a while since I last posted something vintage, here's a cute little retro straw hat, complete with cherry blossoms and cherries:
And yes, I know that cherries and cherry blossoms don't generally tend to happen at the same time, but considering the weather around here, it may be the case this year. Also, I adore this hat and want it for my own. Just sayin'.
See you Wednesday!