Best way to get in touch with your feminine side

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Dear Lizzie  RS

Typically I don’t fancy myself very “girlie” or fancy feminine. My style seems a bit more on the traditional side.

the Best way to get in touch with my over the top feminine  side,

 is to step into a delicious Boutique.

changing room RS

Dear Lizzie is one of those fantastic Boutiques!

Even down to the soft drape and very pink touches at the dressing rooms– you will be charmed by every cliche` known to PINK-dom. (yes, I have been known to create my own words- now shoosh!)

pink feather wreath RS

Can’t you just picture this feathery wreath atop a polka-dot little ones bed?

Chandelier RS

~Look at the detail in this Pink Chandelier~

vintage inspiration RS

Items of every sort, reminiscent of vintage inspirations, are merchandised perfectly.

wedding wishes RS

Been looking for that illusive gift for the Bride? Or the Mother of the Bride? or even her Brides maids?

charm a licious RS

I adore charms. Look at the selection !! Ohhh my goodness –I could really get myself in a lot of trouble.

Whisper whites RS

From cotton crisp to velvety plush robes– to Whisper White linens– I can picture myself in this fantastic bed –nuzzled up reading the Latest Danielle Steel Romance Novel.

bistro RS

Or best yet, what a fun place to come with a best friend for tea?

sweet treat RS

Or just a simple Sweet treat?

Dear Lizzie Sign RS

Laura, at Dear Lizzie’s is as gracious as you would like any hostess to be; stop by and visit her shop and Bistro. If you can’t drive up to Highland, Utah, stop by her website (click here)

Laura, it was lovely meeting you! Thanks so much for the visit.

TTFN~~ Claudia ♥

Be sure and check out the other Lovelies at Hooked on Fridays— see what they are all raving about. Melissa at the Inspired Room has some very fun things going on as well. And last but never least, check out all the PINK ones at How Sweet the Sound.

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July 10, 2009 at 12:59 am | Inspiration | 44 comments


44 responses to “Best way to get in touch with your feminine side”

  1. Now that is my kind of shop!
    Just a pity I’m in Ireland, or I would be there!

  2. Atticmag says:

    Those charms really caught my eye.  Thanks for the shopping excursion Claudia…it was fun and didn’t cost me a penny 🙂 Jane T.

  3. Brenda Kula says:

    Beautiful things make us all sparkle. Even if it’s just with a smile.

  4. teresa says:

    I love little shops like that- I could spend hours- thanks for sharing.

  5. Lovely place. The charms are 2DIE4!!! Thanks for sharing!

  6. What a fun shop full of girly stuff!!

  7. Bridget says:

    Very cute! But i would be nervous as I can be clumsy. I do love the pictures though. thanks for sharing!

  8. kristi says:

    Thank you for this fun tour! I would love to lose myself in there for a day. How fun!

  9. angie says:

    lovely pictures

  10. What a sweet little shop! We have several like that in the “Olde Towne” section of our community, but I always feel like I might accidentally break something, and I can never, EVER take my children in. 😉 Visiting from Julia’s party. 🙂

  11. Jane says:

    Just my kind of place!! I’d leave a longer comment but I’m off to the website!!


    Oh, thanks!!

  12. Porch Days says:

    What a feast for the eyes. Thanks for letting the rest of us go shopping with you!

  13. Chie says:

    Isn’t Dear Lizzie touches every woman’s heart on their femine way?
    Can she adopt me and let me stay in her shop? I would love and feel am Cinderalla of the new era, dear D! §;-)
    Happy day to you.

  14. Sherry says:

    Oh Claudia! You have done it again. Gosh I love your posts. You go to the most beautiful places, whether you are traveling, or just happen upon them. I loved that pink feather wreath and the two shaker boxes on the one shelf. So feminine. Just loved the tour. Thanks for sharing. Just a wonderful PS post. Just wonderful. Country Hugs, Sherry

  15. It is a wonderful boutique to visit. She placed things beautifully – the drapes, wood carvings . . . she sure how knows what is pleasing to one’s eyes and taste.

    (I also like those pots in the pole – the one your sister made on your previous post)

    Happy pink Saturday!

  16. Regina says:

    I like the boutique.  Nice post as always.
    Happy PS.

  17. Nancy says:

    Enchanting boutique and I am in love or more than love, if possible, with those drapes. Happy Pink Saturday!

  18. Mimi says:

    How lovely! Your blog is always such a pleasure to visit on Pink Saturday! Today it’s sunny but most of this summer has been pretty gloomy in my corner of the world. Pink Saturday always gives me a little lift, especially if there isn’t any sun outside!
    I’d ♥ to shop there but I’d be broke for the next six months☺

    Have a wonderful weekend filled with sunshine surrounded by your l♥ved ones! Life is good!

  19. Suzie Button says:

    Oh, I just want to drop working today and go shopping now just where you were! What lovely pinks and so romantic! Happy Pink Saturday! Suzie

  20. Karen Cox says:

    Thank you for the tour through a gorgeous shop.  I think that shops like this are better than therapy.  The minute you walk in the door, you immediately are inspired.
    I stopped by the links too.  Thank you for that, I love links to magical places in the Land of Blog.
    I hope that you have a lovely Pink Saturday and a wonderful weekend.
    P.S.  I adore how this comment format lets you be creative.

  21. Claudia Hill says:

    What a gorgeous shop! I am in love with the bed – I would take that home in a second! Happy Pink Saturday, Claudia!

  22. Struggler says:

    Wow, amazing photos.  Like you, I don’t really think girly thoughts too often, but I would love to visit this store.  Utah is a bit far before breakfast(!) so I’ll hop over to the website instead.

  23. stefanie says:

    looks like heavent to me, love it. thank you for the wonderful post.

  24. m says:

    Hi! what a beautiful store! I love it!
    you must have follow botton!! I wanna follow your blog! it is so cute!

    happy pink saturday!

    besos from Argentina

  25. Claudie says:

    Hello dear Claudia
    Ok now that’s my kind of store. I must admit I do like frilly things, but give me a pair of jeans and a nice white shirt, kind of like what your wearing, I’m good to go. I have one of those feathery wreaths. It was for Xmas, but it’s out all the time now.
    I would love to stroll through Lizzie’s with you on this fine PS. It’s raining again today, so no mucking in the gardens. Just catching up with the girls on the blogging front.
    Love Claudie

  26. Nerina says:

    I would love a store like this close to me, although I am probably safer to not have one. This is my kinda store, the chandlier is to die for, the candy, the merchandising…all of it….charming!!
    Thanks so much for sharing. I will pop in there now!!
    I really appreciate your kind words!!
    Have a fabulous Pink Saturday!
    Hugs, Nerina 🙂

  27. Lu says:

    Wonderful eyecandy. Looking forward to Unravelling with you.

  28. Baraginie says:

    Hello CLaudia! thanks for your visit on my blog, I am so looking forward to the course too! I am totally in love with that shop, hope I can find a similar one in the UK..
    Speak soon!

  29. Erin Russek says:

    Hi Claudia,
    Beautiful pictures
    see you in Unravelling-land

  30. Lorna Smith says:

    Just saying hello and thank you for stopping by my blog.  Your blog looks fab and the photos of the shop you found looks amazing.  Looking forward to getting to know you during the Unravelling e-course.
    L x

  31. Hi Claudia, Just wanted to say hello! I’m looking forward to our Unravelling journey together. Countdown until tomorrow. . .Corinna

  32. Linda says:

    I love your blog!  I am unraveller just stopping by to say hi!

  33. How fun that we are on the same wavelength! I have not been to this shop before, and I’m only 30 miles away. Thanks, for the head’s up.

    I just got a white twin bed so similar to the one you featured. I have a three and a half year old and we are way into pink! I think I will have to stop by.

    Chat with you soon.

  34. Rici says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.  Here’s to unravelling!  😉
    If I ever have a girl (4 boys and counting) I’ll have to make a trip to that shop…and bring a moving van LOL.

  35. I absolutely fell in love with Dear Lizzie the first day I ever walked in! After seeing these pics – I just remembered that I haven’t been there for awhile… might make a visit this week! ps – Got my new camera!! Get ready for Saturday!!

  36. Jeanne says:

    What an incredible store!  I look forward to Unravelling with you!

  37. Stefanie says:

    Thanks for commenting on my blog. I love this shop!

  38. Debi says:

    Wow! Are you sure you need unravelling? 🙂 This looks like you are pretty in touch with yourself already – I love it! Thanks for visitng & I’m looking forward to getting to know you better as we unravel together!

  39. Delightful post! I love browsing (read photographing) in places like these, though my home is rather less girlie.  It’s fun to see the blogs of other Unravellers.

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  41. Kate England says:

    Hi Claudia, I’m another Unraveller stopping by to say hello! What a vibrant blog you write! So – full of life and beauty!

  42. What a beautiful store! It looks like it would smell great…scented candles and some perfume mixed in!

  43. Susan says:

    Hi Claudia,
    What a wonderful place to shop and have tea…I would feel totally spoiled!  Thanks so much for the wonderfully kind comment you left…the feeling is totally mutual! 🙂
    Thanks for sharing Dear Lizzie with us.  Love the gorgeous pink hydragea for Pink Saturday!

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