Ann Estelle loves to dream of travel to far away places.  She imagines wonderful sights to see and exciting things to do.  She even plans her wardrobe in detail!  She's envisoned an ensemble that will take her from the fields of Provence to the sidewalks of Paris.

For the country:
Ann Estelle's overdress is fashioned from a fine fabric reminiscent of a Provincial Indiennes print.  It has "spaghetti" straps with tiny bows at the shoulders.  Blue satin bows accent the waist in the front and in the back. The skirt of the overdress is open in the front to reveal the silk ribbon embroidery on her long blue dress. This dress, which is pretty enough to be worn alone, features a wheat motif at the neckline, and dainty rosebuds on the sleeve.  She has the choice of wearing a cheery scrunchie headband or a hat.  The hat is reversible, so she has even more fashion options.  She'll look like the perfect country lass holding a simple basket of bright blue flowers.

For the city:
Using the same primary color scheme, Ann Estelle goes "chic."  Her turtleneck and tights are made from a soft cotton knit. The turtleneck is embellished with rosebuds at the neck and sleeves.  Her red skirt is very modern looking with clean lines and tiny buttons in the front. She thinks the vest is the best part of this outfit!  It is made from a pretty paisley print and is lined, padded, and hand quilted around the designs. It is trimmed with a regal blue border, and has a single ribbon closure.  Loafers make for comfortable, yet stylish footwear.  And finally, one cannot make a trip to the Paris without a nice bag. Ann Estelle's quilted tote is lined and closes with a snap.  With it slung over her shoulder, she will be all set for shopping and siteseeing.