I Walk the Line

Tuesday, July 12, 2011



Here, the photo (plus a few others for good measure) that had me daydreaming about canisters of Prince balls and tennis whites! I must say, I think a tea length wedding dress might just be the best white I've ever seen on the court, and those goldenrod slingbacks are certainly a pair to write home about!

Photos via BHLDN.

36 comments:

  1. love these short dresses! so sweet. i wish they would open a BHLDN store in chicago :) xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  2. Oh my their dresses are so cute and their hair!!!! so cute!

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  3. I love the tea length dresses from BHLDN, and how fun that the shot on a tennis court.

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  4. oh i love everything! :) there is a tennis court right outside my window... soo maybe if i ever go down there for the mister, i'll throw on something like this!

    happy tuesday doll

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  5. how adorable! I want to play tennis in an adorable white tea dress in the shade. FUN!

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  6. super sweet. I love the sling backs too. They're the perfect shade of color!!

    xoxo, chrissy from the perfect palette.

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  7. Oh my how adorable! Really makes me want to take up tennis.
    xo
    alexa

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  8. Love this fun shoot - those slingbacks are definitely the perfect touch!

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  9. that first dress with the yellow heels is perfection!

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  10. Your photos of the shoes in action make me want them EVEN more! Those are some gorgeous shoes.

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  11. it would not be easy to play well in that dress.

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  12. Lovely dresses and I adore those shoes!!

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  13. Oh this is funny!!! I could love tennis this way!
    Hugs.
    Laura@RicevereconStile

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  14. tea length wedding dresses are just the cutest things ever

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  15. What a great theme! They think of everything!

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  16. Cute theme, beautiful dresses!!!

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  17. Adorable! I'm picturing these as engagement photos. So fun!

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  18. I love these whimsical photos. So fun!

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  19. Oh yes. I could see you doing this. And doing it perfectly :)

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  20. oh this is so cute! i love short white dresses - so fun for a reception dress. that first is my fav.

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  21. How do you make every photo seem so lovely! Seriously you are magical :)

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  22. These pictures epitomize the concept of 1960's romance. They remind me of some of the dream sequences in "Belle du Jour"! =)

    http://pinkchampagnefashion.blogspot.com/

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  23. haha i love these shots (no pun intended). and t-length wedding dresses are always so flattering.

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  24. I love these kinds of shoots, very dreamy, vintage kind. Beautiful dresses


    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Rosabellebyvasu

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  25. BHLDN have such gorgeous tea-length gowns. Makes me wanna get married all over again!

    ~ Clare x

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  26. These are pictures after my own heart! I am totally inspired to recreate it! I have been a tennis player my whole life . . . played in college, as well. Totally tennis family. I hope to pass it on to my boys . . . it is such a fun game with amazing history! Do you play? If so, just another thing to put on our list to do together, after cocktails! ;) xo Samantha ps. Thank you so much for your beautiful comment about my boys. It really brought a tear to my eye. love you.

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  27. what an adorable photo shoot idea!

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  28. Wow, this is one of the cutest posts ever. I think I love it so much because tennis is my favorite sport to play and the retro rackets are perfect with their beautiful dresses. I really like your commentary too about the prince balls and white dresses.
    xoDale
    www.savvyspice.blogspot.com

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  29. AH! I love tennis and I love this concept!!

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  30. That second dress is pretty much my theoretical dream dress!

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