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Yesterday I watched the film If I Stay with Chloe Grace Moretz and Jamie Blackley (heart emoji insert here!!). I didn't even know that it was based on the book till after watching it. So my next thing is to get the book. For me, I love to watch a film first thats based on a book so that I can visualize the character's faces in the film. I'm very visual so it helps to be more connected to the story.
Anyways, back to my post! Today's Sunday's Best is kind of fueled by the love of the story in If I Stay. (Spoiler Alert!) I love how much music and love is connected and then the connection between Mia and Adam.
It reminds me of my days of being 14 years old and madly in love with this guy who was 4 years older and who played the guitar, piano, drums, you name it he can probably play it. I was that girl crushing on that guy who just made you froze when he passed by or when you can't sleep because you can image his eyes when he plays the guitar or the little cute faces he makes.
Lyrics from the soundtrack of If I Stay Song: Heart Like Yours
"Breathe deep, breathe clear Know that I'm here Know that I'm here Waitin'
Stay strong, stay gold You don't have to fear You don't have to fear Waitin'
I'll see you soon I'll see you soon.."
Thought this photo was cool, funny... that face tho.
Boots, Sam&Libby Target Crop Top, Forever21 Skirt, Peter Pilotto for Target Beanie, H&M Watch, BCBG
I've been studying about the Edwardian era and it's fashion in my latest assignments for school. I just fell in love with everything. If I could go back in time, this is the era I'd love to experience all because of the beautiful clothing.
I love the details of the pleats, the body form of the dresses, and how gorgeous the details and fabric used in those days. Even the little detailed accessories like the umbrella, gloves, and hair pieces are just down right STUNNING!
In the Edwardian era the Gibson Girl was created. The Gibson Girl was known for her curvaceous shape, voluminous hair and was an independence woman. If you haven't heard of the Gibson Girl, well then you're just missing out on everything. Till this day, I see women try to apply this look into their everyday wear or how they want their bodies to have the S-curve (invented by using a type of corset that angled your body in a forward lean).
The photo below is Camille Clifford in 1906. She won a contest that was seeking for that exact girl, The Gibson Girl.
Something this elegant makes my heart melt.
A movie that I'm sure everyone and their moms watch that portrays this era is Titanic.
From their Merry Widows hats...
...to their elaborate jewel dresses. Pastel colors were normally worn during the Edwardian era but Titanic went for a more dark tone and exotic theme in color and style.
If I could, I'd love to incorporate the Edwardian era into my future wedding dress. I found a few that I absolutely love!