13 responses to “Joshua Tree”

  1. CurlsnSkirls

    Hoping this will allow my comment – lovely dress and a good adaptation of prairie-style! But don’t try wearing it at home w/o thermals! For an actual dress pattern you might look through Folkwear.com. xx

  2. Gemma

    Wow!! What a location!! You look perfectly Prairie : )

    Gemma
    http://www.fadedwindmills.com

  3. Cherie

    You beautiful human! Yes, even without makeup! Love how that dress just drapes on you as well… always so excited when you have a new post up about the ‘Murica travels heh.

  4. simplyalexandra12

    Oh gorgeous! I haven’t been to Joshua tree or this part of the desert. I’ve only seen redder desert in Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada. I didn’t know that was why they were called Joshua Trees. Very interesting. I feel the same about all desert trees and plants. It’s impossible to get shade. I wear makeup nearly always, but I’ve started not to on the weekends unless we are going to do something where I want to be seen with makeup on. Heheh my brows are the SPARSEST! So, I often at least want to do that and a light layer of a tinted moisturizer. I think you look lovely. I remember having dresses like this as a kid. My mom was very into the prairie fashion. I think it was popular in the ’80’s? I remember a few of her prom dresses looking similar. So glad you got to explore the desert. :) XO – Alexandra

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  5. Siffat Haider

    These pictures are so dreamy, you look like a flower in the dessert!
    xo
    Siffat
    http://icingandglitter.com

  6. Laila

    These photos are just supernatural Jess – you look stunning, the location is incredible, it’s just such a wonderful set of photos! So enjoying seeing bits of your amazing trip xxx

  7. missdsquared413

    I love Joshua Tree and I am obsessed with that dress!

    ❤︎
    Dakota D.
    http://fannypacksandvisors.com
    Instagram/Snapchat/Twitter: @missdsquared413

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