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This Spring Lookbook Is One Picture-Perfect Picnic

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    What do you get when you combine The Secret Garden with Alice's tea party and a dress-up playdate? In short: the lookbook of our dreams. The vintage pros (and stylish bloggers) behind La Petite Marmoset have released yet another obsession-worthy lookbook, this time featuring their May collection of reworked vintage pieces. The ethereal images (shot at Green Spring Gardens in Alexandria) show off a treasure trove of bohemian-chic pieces — think tons of pastels and florals, perfect for dinner under the stars or a summer poolside BBQ.

    With all the lust-worthy fishtail skirts, flirty bandeau tops, and intricate jewelry, it's hard not to make mental notes for our own wardrobes as we soak up the early summer vibe of this lookbook — plus, the dreamy snaps by photog Amber Mahoney are practically begging to be pinned. Click through to gaze at this gorgeous garden party, and get inspired to plan your own pastoral picnics.


    Photo: Courtesy of La Petite Marmoset/Amber Mahoney
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