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Dromma.







Dromma  is a site which  I love to visit for it's pretty vintage inspired dresses and photography and thought I'd share it here. As it is Swedish I can't read the text but it doesn't seem to matter as the photography is so lovely and it probably serves to make the owner of the blog all the more fascinating to me. She has a face that makes me want to draw and I love peeking into her home - it's almost as if she is living in the Forties.  She has a shop too where she sells the pretty vintage inspired clothes (I am assuming!) she makes. Have a look. And get the translation too - I think the text is in verse.

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