Saturday, June 19, 2010

Bazaar Dress

Bought this dress at a bazaar today and got ready super fast after the beach so instead of looking at my list for an outfit combo decided to wear the new dress instead. I could have worn the new red necklace but opted for these earings instead. The dress already has some embelishment on the neckline so a neclace might have been too much anyway. The earings are from a street vendor that sells handmade jewelry. Liked its colors and crochet additions. Thought these rose gold colored flip flops go pretty nicely with the dress.

Navy sun dress - from Turkish bazaar (Alacati pazari)
Rose gold flip flops with silk rose detail - BCBGirls (TJ Maxx)
Handmade earings - from Turkish vendor (Sevgi yolu)

Today's Activities: Went to the beach in the morning to the close beach. After shouting matches and crying finally convinced my son to wear swim shoes so he can walk over the rocks without hurting his feet. Came home and did a quick hose shower on the lawn and had lunch. Left the kids while they were napping with the girl and went to the famous bazaar that is on every saturday. Did not really have time to browse the clothes area as we had to buy bunch of groceries but did manage to get the dress above. My cousin was already at our house when we came back. Quickly grabbed or beach gear (was already wearing swim suit anyway) and went to the beach with her and her husband and his parents. Kids had a blast swimming with their arm floaties with my cousin. Afterwards came home for a quick shower and change and drove to their parent's house for dinner. Photos were taken in their yard. They had huge peach, apricot and pear trees. Kids had a blast picking their own fresh fruit and eating it. Yummy...

At the beach with my cousin Sedef. In Turkey they sell fresh corn at the beach and park during summer months. Kids love it.


  1. Such neat details on the dress..very pretty!

  2. This dress is beautiful! And those earrings are so cool! Your kidlits are gorgeous as well. Beautiful little blond buttons!


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