Thursday, August 20, 2009

hens deliver



I am so in love with these floppy flowers, emersonmade.

Yes, it is true, roosters crow and hens deliver. I'll bet my hand on this pretty little hen and count my chickens to have my very own emersonmade flower to pin on a fall lapel. The photos are so sweet and speak to my inner farm girl. How about you? Would you pin a big flower on for fun while gathering eggs,
or walking down an aisle?
How about a blossom, by emersonmade?

26 comments:

Frau said...

Very pretty, I love the red one best!

Joyce said...

Ooooh these are so pretty. I'm off to petal my way over and take a look. xoxo

Deidra said...

Yes, these are lovely. The second such post I've read today!

Chic Coles (Cole Design) said...

I absolutely love those! I would love to have one to wear with a pretty dress or just around town.

Debra said...

These speak to my inner farm-girl and yet so very chic. I will run over and check this out. Thank you for sharing these delicious blooms.

un bel oiseau said...

yes flowers. yes. i bought a whole bunch at a flea market in nyc, and they come with a hair clip and pin back on the underside so you can wear them both ways. awesome :)

Purple Flowers said...

I would definately pin a bloom like that on my lapel, and sport it proudly!

Karena said...

Fun and vibrant. Love the wedding gown..great images.

Sanity Fair said...

Just bookmarked the site - this is so cool. I have a habit of wearing flower pins - the bigger the better. These are the biggest I've seen!

Mrs. Limestone said...

How can you not like an ad with a woman in a dress holding a chicken?

These are really adorable. I wonder what they are made of to account for the price?

pranksygang said...

i liked the flower in the last picture! Its small and cute!

Lori said...

I LOVE flowers on clothes- it is so sarah jessica parker :)The style of the photos are just lovely.

Poke Salad Annie said...

oh, these are lovely! especially the red one :)

La Maison Fou said...

Pretty petals....
L

Kelsey B. said...

Very pretty! I love these and would absolutely pin one on while walking about NYC.

Easy and Elegant Life said...

My mother wears a huge red silk flower my father bought her at Dior in Paris in the 1970's. It works with every jacket from tweed to cotton she owns. I find it very chic! Invest and you will be shocked by its longevity.

Ms. Bright said...

SO cute! I love the ivory on navy!! Must get one for next spring!

annechovie said...

These are very charming!

home before dark said...

On a hat perhaps? And could not resist saying the obvious, "Fowl is fair!"

Lisa said...

Absodarnlutely! The red one with denim and my red cowboy boots!
Lisa

Jess Constable said...

Ah, Patricia, great minds think alike! I love Emersonmade's blog and style as well. I can totally picture you wearing one of her KISS shifts (Keep It Simple Shifts) she's writing about recently.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Oh yes, I would wear one of these! Lovely.

Summer is a Verb said...

Now, that's a statement piece! XXOO

Millie said...

Adorable Patricia! The big cream flower truly takes the Little Black Dress to the next level.
Millie ^_^

Prairie Girl Studio said...

there is so much to that first image ...
i love the look on the chicken's face AND the look on the girl's face ~ she nearly looks like she is about to burst ~ and the 'love among the chickens' book ... and of course, the bloom is quite bold ...
the best part is going to their site and seeing just how much fun is going on ...
thanks for sharing the fun!
prairiegirl

Carey said...

I absolutely WOULD wear an absurdly large bloom like this! I love 'em!

Unfortunately, I'm of a body unbalanced: too bulky on top, not a flat tummy, but a way too flat bottom. Boo-bottom-hoo:(

So, I would keep it simple up top and pin the blossom to my backside.

I adore chickens. Had them as pets while growing up. I would have them now if they weren't so vulnerable. I get more soft hearted all the time and couldn't bear their passing (and I'm talking from natural causes, not because they would be on the dinner table. Never!)