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There's Art everywhere...

Posted on: 27 January 2011

Sometimes you are so used to routine that you don't notice pretty details. I was preparing some dinner, cutting up some Bok Choy/Pak choi (whichever you prefer to call it) when my youngest sister pointed out the rose shapes in the bits that I cut off. So I grabbed my camera and had to share them on here!
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Bok choy
A last pretty detail is yet more of my sister, Hailey! I snapped a picture of her ASOS cardigan (sadly all sold out now) which has the loveliest pattern. I need to get a full shot of her outfit soon.
Hailey's ASOS cardi detail
A joint outfit post is in the pipeline at some point but that's enough of Hailey for now, I promise I'll be in the next post!

60 comments:

  1. Wonderful!

    Btw love Ur sis cardi! So cozy!

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  2. awesome! i can't believe that's an pak choy, lol :) please visit my blog sometime.

    xo

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  3. Bok Choy does have really pretty rosy ends :) The picture just made my day more brighter :)

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  4. wow that veg makes for a beautiful picture, how surprising! Love that cardy, so snuggly :)
    http://cgdn.blogspot.com/

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  5. What the hell!! That looks waaay too good!!

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  6. It's so funny you've posted this as one of the things we teaching the kids today is how to make your food look pretty XD

    I was doing the same thing with celery, although I wish i could make these carrot roses my mum makes:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/kattykinns/5228810351

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  7. The cardigan is fab, I love all the colours and the heart / pak choi is really sweet, a perfect table arrangement to go with that dinner!!!


    Hannah xx

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  8. Gosh amazing! Flowers and their eatable to!

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  9. Those pics are so pretty. Love you sister's cardi and belt combo. xx

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  10. So pretty, I actually thought they were real roses before I read this properly. Also glad your sis is loving the knits and can't wait to see how you style your new dress!

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  11. That vegetable (is that a vegetable?) is so cute! We have carambola here (I believe it's starfruit in english) which when you cut is shaped like a star (I'm sure you didn't see THAT coming..). And Hailey's sweater truly is adorable!

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  12. wow so pretty! I actually thought it was roses carved into cucumber or something at first.

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  13. The roses are absolutely amazing!!

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  14. seeing you soon.
    your sister is very observant to notice that. i would probably have been to engrossed in thinking about cooking the pak choi!
    xxxx

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  15. I love your sisters cardigan, and ring and well whole style and food in flowers is always such an art form. xxx

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  16. Wow, the bok choi roses are so pretty! How lovely to notice beauty wherever you can find it, we must remember to do that more often. And lovely cardi, Hailey!

    Leia

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  17. Wow, they do look so pretty! I defintiely need to pay attention to detail more.
    And your sister's cardigan is lovely. I love the print.

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  18. i'm so glad you are sharing it with us...i love little details like this

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  19. I'm loving the cardigan! It looks so cosy and the bright colours add to that as well :)

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  20. wow, before i read your words, i thought those were roses! so cool it's a veggie (: i love your sister's necklace

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  21. so love the flowers and the cardigan.

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  22. Wow, love the roses. And great outfit too.

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  23. My friend Winnie!

    That's a lovely cardigan!!! You are always the most sweet girl. Thanks for your love, I adore you!
    About the sequins idea, I got if from a chicisimo e-mail and now I'm planning my next choice for a sequin transformation too!

    all my best wishes for the weekend,

    kisses,
    Kira

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  24. Oh, that' so adorable! Beauty is really everywhere we look!


    Camila F.

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  25. that cardigan is quite awesome

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  26. Amazing! And what a beautiful cardigan (and ring too). Have a great weekend!

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  27. this is a lovely outfit!! :) xxx es

    http://theglamoroumess.blogspot.com

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  28. omg such a gorgeus cardigan! me love <3

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  29. yum I love Pak Choi but never really considered it as beautiful. Great cardi

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  30. WOW! The pak choi looks amazing! I think I'm going to tell my mom I want to eat pak choi tonight and see the roses in real life. Must be amazing! ;)

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  31. the bak choi picture is very cool! it looks so pretty as well! your sister's cardigan pattern is really cute. we need that bit of colour to survive the drab winter!

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  32. love your sister's cardigan!
    the food looks amazing, well done! you are an artist! :)

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  33. Wow Winnie, I first thought that was some officially styled pictures only to read that you just snapped that in the kitchen- they are really good! :) I also try to find beauty in most things, because lets be honest, what's the point of living if not living to the fullest and enjoy beauty of everyday? :)

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  34. this is gorgeous! love your ring too
    great blog!
    loving the posts
    stop by some time xx

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  35. I would have thought you planned it that way!

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  36. The rose shapes look really cool & such a great coincidence. And beautiful sweater!

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  37. Your layeriing is done really well :P

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  38. The food look really cool!!!
    Love your sister's cardigan:)

    xx Marina

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  39. I like your cabbage roses (there's a pun in there somewhere)...

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  40. Aaah that's so strange! They do look like pak choi! I love that food, especially in some sort of pork broth.. mmmm... jazzy ♥

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  41. Your sister is really a creative eye. I cut bok choy all the time but have honestly never noticed this. I will definitely look next time.

    And waiting in anticipation for a joint outfit photo shoot now.

    Look forward to hearing from you

    Love

    Tashrin - A Toronto based personal style blog

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  42. I love that you posted this. It's good to remember to take a look around :)

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  43. wow that cardigan does look so great indeed!! Love it :)

    xxxx

    lifeisroyalty.blogspot.com

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  44. Nice cutting up! That was beautiful rose shape. Anyway, I adore your cardigan.

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  45. Love the bok choy roses! They're lovely!

    Thanks for the comment, I'd love if you followed :o)

    -Samantha

    http://thisfashionista.blogspot.com

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  46. Those flowers are so pretty.. Love your jumper
    Lee x

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  47. Love the colour of your nails.

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  48. amazing pics <3

    What do you think about following each other ?
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    When you like the idea follow me and i'll follow as soon as possible back !

    Have a wonderful day ;)


    Kisses

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  49. i don't think i've ever seen pak choi look so nice!! xx

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  50. Love the flower pak choi! So damn cool! And I love your sister's cardigan ;)

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  51. Pretty pictures!!! The cardigan is gorgeous. :)

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  52. your asos cardigan is so pretty !
    it's good all of my favorite colors in it ! lol

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  53. That's incredible, I actually thought they were roses! Wow. Adore that cardigan too!! x

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