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Wearing: Three Floor ‘Precisely White’ dress

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It’s almost been a week since our very first market and I can confess that I still haven’t finished unpacking everything yet. It’s been an incredible experience taking what has (until now) been something that solely lived in the digital world and turning it into a real life pop-up. I’ve spent weeks prepping for this. With the help of a very talented friend, we managed to create DIY displays for the stall so that it could all come to life. Who knew how hard it would be to figure out how to merchandise headbands, they’re such an obscure object to work with! But after numerous trips to Bunnings, we finally figured it all out.

Thanks so much to everyone who popped by and said hi, looked at our new range or took home a floral headpiece for themselves or friends. It was so great to meet you all in person and to chat and hear feedback on our products. I can’t wait to plan our next market pop-up! Aside from the styles that have sold out, everything you see here is now listed up in store. Of what’s new, some of the most popular new pieces have been this festive christmas holly wreath, our new range of summer rose blooms – especially this one which is perfect for weddings and this pink and gold simple berry leaf crown which I just loved seeing on a customer that I wore it myself. Of course, it’s one massive colourful update and a massive hello to what summer should always be. Filled with joy, happiness and colour :-)

Photography: Jeremy Foo & I