Some Velvet Morning

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Hello, hello! ❤

Do you ever just get lost in music? I sure do. With how crazy and nonsensical the world can be at times, I find it easy to retreat into a musical daydream when I submerge myself in a song. It’s like an instant vacation!

At work this past week, I’ve discovered some lovely 60’s gems via Spotify I’ve never even heard of before!! One of them being a charming, blissfully vague psychedelic tune by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood called Some Velvet Morning, which apparently came out in late 1967.

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Listening to dreamy, psychedelic music inspired a very dreamy photoshoot this morning before my routine coffee stop and work route. It was super cold, super windy, and we had a heavy rainstorm around 4 a.m.!

There is something I really love about wearing all white…it’s a powerful color, to me. The look of a white dress in my opinion is very two-sided; it can look beautifully pure and innocent, or it can look incredibly eerie, ghostly and somewhat cult-like.

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Flowers are the things we know, secrets are the things we grow
Learn from us very much, look at us but do not touch

 

 

Stay inspired; inspiration is everywhere! Have a good weekend!

 

 

 

One thought on “Some Velvet Morning

  1. Yep, I’ve been known to lose myself in a song or two. The husband always says that he can hear my music blaring whenever I pull into the driveway.

    What you say about white is interesting; I’ve never thought about it that way but appreciate the dual symbolism.

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