Monday, April 2, 2012

Book Outfits ~ Wine for Spanish Blameless

As I just blogged about on my Author blog, this here is my new cover for the Spanish edition of Blameless.


There is something very Spanish about it, perhaps the color pallet. Perhaps it is her profile. Perhaps it is the little lace gloves. Delving into my own wardrobe I uncovered the following items of clothing that might go with this book.







And here are some fun fashion items from around and about the interwebs to match . . .

This Prada necklace at prada.com
Ombre patent leather Vernice Bowler from Prada
Bow Pumps

 Abbey-Lee-Kershaw-Vogue-Russia-Design Scene Net
Diane von Furstenberg

Ruby and Diamond Necklace Michele Della Valle  Christie’s
Moustashe Pumps

Dita; Monique-Lhuillier

Emilio Pucci from a magazine


Amazing bloody nails

 Vena Cava; Derek Lamb

From a magazine
Kendra Scott Maxine earrings

Vintage looks

1961 Cocktail Hat  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marilyn Monroe

 1950s Cocktail Dress  Pierre Balmain  Whitaker Auctions; 1950s  The Frock

1948 Cocktail Dress  Cristobal Balenciaga,  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1945  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

 1940s  Timeless Vixen Vintage; 1930s  Timeless Vixen Vintage

 1925 Coco Chanel  The Chicago History Museum; 1910s  Antique Dress

1910s  The Philadelphia Museum of Art

1902  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

For the Characters


For Alexia after the Parasol Protectorate series

1880s  Whitaker Acutions

For Countess Nadasdy after the Parasol Protectorate series

1885 Charles Fredrick Worth  The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 For Ivy after the Parasol Protectorate series

1885-1886 Charles Fredrick Worth,  The Museum of the City of New York

For Prudence after the Parasol Protectorate series

1884-1887 Mantle  Emile Pingat, The FIDM Museum

For Primrose in the Parasol Protectorate Abroad series

1896  Whitaker Auctions

And for Prudence in the Parasol Protectorate Abroad series

1890s  The Victoria & Albert Museum

1890-1899  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1 comment:

  1. You have such a wide variety of clothing and accessories, Gail! I wish Microsoft would come up with a printer that also fashioned wearable clothes, lol!

    Book cover looks great. The gloves add a nice flair. Reading Timeless now!

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