12/8/12

Troy Victorian Christmas Stroll

I helped out at the Junior League of Troy booth at the Troy Victorian Stroll

 The Junior League of Troy gave out juice and sweets to children and helped them make a Holiday craft - an ornament for their Christmas tree!




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38 comments:

  1. Love this one! How fun to wear that all day at a festive booth!
    -Jamie
    http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

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  2. How fun to see some people dressed up! I love your hat. I think it's great that you incorporate such fantastic hats into your daily life. I bet you got a lot of wonderful comments on it. Is it a vintage hat?

    http://dividingmoments.blogspot.com/

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    1. Joanna, I did! It is not vintage, it is made in the USA to resemble a Victorian style of hat.

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  3. Way to get into the spirit! You look great. :)

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  4. Wowee what a hat, I adore it!

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  5. The Victorian hat is a true piece of art and you wear it well!

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  6. That hat is the sort of topper that would stop me dead in my tracks and cause me to do a double take if I saw you (or anyone) sporting it in person. It's enchantingly gorgeous and must garner so many compliments when you wear it.

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. Jessica, I am so very glad that you like this hat so much.

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  7. the hat is very cute

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  8. You are a stunning stand out.

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  9. The hat is gorgeous!!!
    Kisses
    Elena
    http://dcinstyle.com/blog/

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  10. Wonderful way to enjoy a gorgeous hat, and spend a day helping! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday : >

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  11. I love this hat, it's pretty amazing. What a fun event!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  12. What a lovely way to spend a day, and make those kiddos happier! Plus, as always, you looked incredibly stylish and chic doing that :) That hat is a stunner!

    xx Ivana
    Macarons and Pearls

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    1. Ivana, thank you. Children really loved making ornaments from yarn and popsicle sticks! There were several very creative efforts.

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  13. Your hat... it beats it all! This is amazing. I wish I could wear hats with as much grace as you! xx


    Edita
    www.pret-a-reporter.co.uk

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  14. I love that hat. OMG I think I need that hat. I have no idea what I would wear it too but it is just too fantastic not to own!

    http://lazymazei.blogspot.com

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    1. Margaret, I agree. I generally do not purchase hats that are just for fun. This hat is appropriate for the Victorian era events we have in my part of Upstate New York in the Christmas season.

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  15. Lovely post my dear, you look so pretty!:)

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  16. It must have been great to help the kids! I wish I had time to do more voluntary work :( college is SO hectic and busy though :)

    Your hat looks fabulous and perfect for the theme of the day! Oh, and I will think of you when I wear my new winter hat :) I hope to get it on the blog soon :) x

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    1. Nikki, I'd love to put a photo of your hat on my blog, too!

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  17. Victorian's sure knew how to dress for the cold (pointing to the couple in the crowd scene!) Wish you lived closer, I'd drag you and one of your hats to our Dickens Dinner ... you'd look perfect.
    Such a pretty, evocative look on you.

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  18. Chic hat!

    Victoria
    atomosapricot.blogspot.com

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  19. Amazing hat!

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  20. I love your hat !!!!



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    Coline.

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  21. This is lovely :)

    Many kisses,

    Nicole

    www.nicoleta.me

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  22. Did I tell you how much I love this post?:)

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  23. I really love your amazing hat! :D

    Caroline
    http://missoline.blogspot.com

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