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fashion for forest princesses
and fairy tale witches

"Because her shuttle had run away, the girl now sat down to sew. She held her needle in her hand and sang:

'Needle, needle, sharp and fine,
Clean up the house for the suitor of mine.’

Then the needle jumped out of her fingers and flew about in the kitchen as quick as lightning. It was as though invisible spirits were at work. The table and benches were soon covered with green cloth, the chairs with velvet; and silk curtains hung at the windows.

The needle had scarcely made its last stitch when the girl looked through the window and saw the white feathers on the prince’s hat. The spindle had brought him here with its golden thread. He dismounted and walked across the carpet into the house. When he stepped into the kitchen she was standing there in her simple dress, but she was glowing in it like a rose in a bush.”

— excerpt from “Spindle, Shuttle, and Needle” by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm

dress, cardigan, parasol: Baby the Stars Shine Bright

necklace: Innocent World

underskirt: Victorian Maiden

rose bow: h.Naoto FRILL

Hungry Witch bow: Moss Märchen

  • 26 October 2013
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