A Hymn for Autumn

IMG_1377An homage to autumn in a look, featuring a stand-out piece by Ghanaian designer, Aya Morrison, taken outside the historic Kehoe House in beguiling Savannah Georgia.

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While I have a bent for solid colours, the I found the unusual employment of “African print” textile as appliqué on this skirt quite enchanting – a fun departure from the hackneyed ankara dresses and skirts coming out of West Africa. Add on the  bewitching wide-brimmed fedora to ossify the element of mystique with which Savannah and her moss-cloaked willows are synonymous, et voila! Autumn was served. Thank you to the folks at the Kehoe House for an other worldly stay.

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What I Wore: Zara crop sweater,  Aya Morrison skirt, Lack of Color Australia fedora, Charlton & Lola ring, Hermes bracelent, Fendi sandals.

About Natasha

Word- and dough-smith. Girl in search of "the illumination, that ecstatic flash, from which truth emerges".

3 comments

  1. Misskaren

    Beautiful post! Love this !♥
    https://chocolatyprints.com

  2. Julius

    Come through colonial!

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