Every time I look at the Geranium Dress flickr pool, I can’t help but emit little squeaks, ooohs, and awws at all the beauties in there. The Geranium pattern has proven to be so versatile — as a dress or a tunic with different styles (sleeves/no sleeves/ruffle sleeves/pockets/no pockets), and it’s popping up as anything from totally casual play dresses all the way on up to fancy flower girl dresses!
I must also commend you on the fine photography in the photo pool. You’re capturing the little girls in your lives at such candid moments. Here are a few of my favorites from this summer:
Rachel blogged about her daughter’s dress here.
I love the Briar Rose prints she selected for this dress, and she certainly got some great photos!
Playing with fabric combinations for this dress has been really fun. Sometimes you just get a tiny peek of the lining, but those details are delightful! Jessica blogged about this one here (love love love that Lizard print):
These ladies all made their own Geranium Tunics plus matching tunics for their babies:
TOO CUTE!! Here’s a first birthday dress:
And another first birthday. This photo absolutely slays me:
Kimmie copied a doll dress that her great grandmother had made ages ago. So cool.
More cuties (some with Peekaboo Bonnets!):