You may have heard of that proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child.” That’s very true here in Bali. It means that your community helps to take care of, look out for, and ultimately contribute to the welfare of your children as they grow up.
I’d like to think that a rattan straw bag enhances just about any look. Charming, casual, and effortlessly elegant. Browsing the internet I came across some stylish, particularly effective combos. Check them out below!
I love gingham and I won’t lie about it. Of course, you’d already know that because I already wrote a journal post about it. The understated checkered cloth adds to your wardrobe a touch of country style, a soupçon of vintage French style, and a heaping lot of casual elegance and class, without calling too much attention to itself.
Judy Garland, complete with pigtails and wicker basket, wore arguably the most famous gingham dress in history back in 1939 as Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz. The inexpensive checkered cloth became a symbol of innocence in simpler times just like the character itself, who just wanted to go back home to her old country home in Kansas.