This incredibly dreamy zeppelin dress from 1930 is so amazing. I wouldn’t mind having this entire outfit—the hat and shoes are lovely too.
I am in love with this 1960s Guy Laroche dress that popped up on my Pinterest feed last week.
It’s such a cute mod number, and I think what makes this dress so fabulous is the tuxedo look and the 1920s influences:
I was asked to write a little feature for Snippets Zine about the origins of Flapper Girl Lady Ties, and the article has been published in the latest issue. If you’d like to, you can check it out here.
There is also a giveaway tie-in (pun intended), and three lucky winners will receive a Lady Tie of their choice from my Etsy Shop. Check out the feature over on Snippets for details on how to enter the giveaway.
[photo source • spotted on Alex‘s always-amazing Pinterest page]
Guess what? It’s finally March and I’m excited for spring and more daylight hours and wearing outfits that look like this!
I saw these first three photos on Pinterest this weekend, and was reminded of a self-portrait I took back in 2005 (photo #4).
The textures and monochrome palette create a lovely moodiness, and there’s something a little melancholy and mysterious about all these.
Since I was feeling drawn to them, I thought I’d share them and indulge in a little lighthearted gloominess. I can’t really help it—winter starts to feel really long around this time of year.
The heating system at the ol’ day job has been a bit wonky this week, and I wish I had these vintage Schiaparelli sweaters to keep me warm and cozy instead of my scrubby black hoodie.