Friday, May 6, 2011

Modelling Modesty: Anzac Girl

"Modelling Modesty" posts on Boutique Narelle provide you with evidence that you're not the only girl in the world striving to be modest and gorgeous. Welcome to the company of courageous femininity!
Modelling modesty, Narelle demonstrates her ANZAC Day outfit which she wore while filming for a commemorative music video and when attending an ANZAC concert at the Fountain Theatre.
Skirt: Ballentynes, worn many times and still drawing comments of pleasure from viewers
Camisole: The Warehouse (junior section)
Knit Top: Ballentynes
Polarfleece Belted Military Jacket: The Warehouse (junior section)
Boots: The Warehouse
Cotton Drill Sunhat: SaveMart Recycled Clothing
The red poppy is the symbol of the Returned Servicemen's Association, referencing the famous poem "In Flanders' Fields" used at remembrance events. To complete the outfit, two vintage hat pins and three poppies with their wire stems looped back on themselves were a quick and simple way to an eye-catching accessory.

American women volunteers from the First World War

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