OOTD & Makeup for March’s Birth Flower: Daffodil

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Daffodil photos via Photobucket.  Daffodil info via ProFlowers®.

Daffodil (genus: Narcissus) is the birth flower for March.  Its bright yellow (and sometimes white) color signifies Spring, in which Spring is the month for rebirth and rejuvenation.  After months of cold, gray, depressing weather, this yellow flower is a welcome sight.

Just like Spring, the daffodil also represents rebirth and rejuvenation.  It can also represent hope.  While the most common color for the daffodil is yellow, they can also be “accented with white, orange, pink or lime green”.  Daffodils also represented friendship and happiness, during the Victorian era.  One hidden meaning behind daffodils was “you are an angel”.

Daffodils accented with lime green, orange, white, and pink.
Daffodils accented with lime green, orange, white, and pink (known as “palmares narcissus”).

 

Here’s yesterday’s outfit:

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Long cardigan: Amazon, Led Zeppelin t-shirt and black skirt: Ebay, Black leggings w/ Swarovski rhinestones: Kalypso Blue (Etsy), Boots: Fit Flop (brand)

 

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Daffodil hair clip: Lila Jo (Etsy), Leather choker and crystal pendant: Ebay

 

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My makeup from yesterday.  For some reason, I was a bit hesitant to wear white eyeliner – I didn’t think it would look good on me.  But, I do like the look:

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L.A. Colors© Jumbo Eye Pencil in “Sea Shells #401”

 

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It’s strange how February is the shortest month of the year, yet it seemed to drag on and on and on.  March has 31 days, but flew by.  Strange, but I like strange.

Love & Shimmies,

Dasia Denise

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