Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the English crown during her coronation in 1953.
Empress Farah of Iran at her coronation in 1967, wearing the crown and jewelry made for the occasion by Van Cleef & Arpels.
The hair bow Ava will be wearing in her pictures
Lisa Allen of Lunchpails and Lipstick and her daughter Goldie wearing the Finding Dory collection by Trina Turk
for the girl gang
5 Ways To Use Coffee Grounds In The Garden. Love her bit about Seattle worms "holding teeny Starbucks cups and wearing fleece vests" talking about snowboarding. LOL!
The Garden Parasol (c. 1910), detail. Frederick Carl Frieseke (American Impressionist, 1874-1939). Oil on canvas. North Carolina Museum of Art. The Garden Parasol evokes the serene pleasure of a summer in the French countryside. The setting is the Frieseke's house garden. The seated woman is the artist’s wife, Sadie, and the garden was her special creation. Frieseke depicts her as a cultivated woman of leisure. The garden is vibrant and the
Crown Princess Mary wearing the Midnight Tiara
The female survivor of the pre-apocalyptic wars. Resourcefulness, imagination, creation, spirit. The super heroine in her formative years.
I can see myself in Spaim wearing this. What Collegiettes Around the World Are Wearing This Summer | Her Campus
Moses ~ ceramasist Lisa Larsen, from the Gustavsberg Ceramic Studio. Totally in love with her work.
Crown Princess Letizia of Spain was the epitome of elegance, wearing a pale-blue lace Varela gown with sheer sleeves. The simple yet stunning creation was styled with Margriet sandals and a Maria Nieto hat.
Beach fairy garden in a side yard along the house-Lisa maybe...
The garden at Las Tejas in Montecito, California. Designed by John Saladino; photo by Lisa Rommerein.
Tutankhamun wearing the Hedjet, the crown of Upper Egypt.
Grandmothers - the one in the middle is wearing her housedress, I think. The others seem to be day dresses.
The Crown of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. She wore it with the arches removed at her daughter's coronation in 1953. © Crown copyright
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