Marisole Monday & Friends: Hearts, Denims & Bows

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So, I probably could have called this Hearts, Denims and Florals without being wrong on the titling front… but I hate coming up with titles. Sometimes, I think it would be easier just to number everything.

First off: Happy Labor Day! I hope those in the United States are having a wonderful holiday, I know I will.

Secondly, I’ve added a new section to the blog for instructions. Some of this information is repeated from the FAQ and some of it has shown up before, around the site, but I thought it would be nice to have it all in one place. Any advice or questions about it would be great, since I’m still trying to figure out what I need to tell people.

Thirdly, this is a rare attempt at an afro. I had a very kind email requesting more natural hairstyles for Marisole. Now, I don’t know much about black hair fashions, but I got a magazine and after reading up a little, I decided to try the afro. I don’t think it came out quite right… but hopefully that will be forgiven. Next time, perhaps I’ll try drawing dreadlocks.

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3 Responses to Marisole Monday & Friends: Hearts, Denims & Bows

  1. Liana says:

    Looking cute! I love all the detail, especially on the coat.
    I want to add some natural hairstyles to the iPad app I’m working on, so I’ve been browsing through Pinterest. Searching for “natural hair” will get you tons of great images, and I also follow http://pinterest.com/bestnaturalhair/ and http://pinterest.com/SineQuaNon_Moi/

  2. jazz13 says:

    I really like the shirt that has the brick and heart pattern.

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