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Just lovely…the Just Ducky home show at Lark!

February 17, 2012, 15:30 pm  Posted by Lark
 

On Wednesday, February 8th, the loveliness that is the Just Ducky spring 12 line descended on Lark’s front conference room. Row after row of outfit after too-cute outfit filled our front room to the gills with sweetness. Pretty little dresses in darling patterns and with ruffles galore, cute rompers for boys in plaids and stripes: a veritable danger zone of cuteness!

Throw in some yummy snacks and a little wine, and you’ve got a recipe for shopping mayhem. And shop, I did! I purchased a sweet little bubble one-piece (with navy stripes) and a cutie-pie dress for a friend’s daughter in this lovely striped fabric (below), though I was tempted momentarily by these little green birdies.

I loved seeing the nautical themes: as far as I’m concerned, bring on the little stitched whales, the anchors, and the sailboats. And how cool is this retro boat fabric?

Oh, and a girl could get in trouble with the accessories: from ribbons to fabric hair bands to sweet little sandals, all in lovely colors and patterns.

From start to finish, owner Sallie Broach and her team hosted a lovely evening here at Lark. And thanks to everyone who came out to join us!

Want to find a home show in your area? Click here. Or maybe you’re interested in hosting your own Just Ducky home show? Click here.

 
 
 
 

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