I paired it with brown and mushroom oxfords (here's a DIY on painting your own spectators), vintage brown bag, vintage brown leather gloves, lace necklace gift from a reader, filigree steampunk earrings gift from another reader, and my pen necklace.
Wearing the same dress at San Diego Comic Con, without a crinoline.
|At the Alameda Vintage Fair|
And a modern dress of a similar style.
I paired it with my velvet flower hat.
I know it's a really silly hat, but I kind of love it.
|“Winter Garden” hat ca. 1957 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|Best of Everything Cherry Hat|
|1940s The Philadelphia Museum of Art|
|Bes-Ben, 1940s Antique Dress|
|1962 The Philadelphia Museum of Art|
|Elsa Schiaparelli, 1939 The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
Speaking of which, something for Madame Lefoux's shop?
|Godeys Dec 1872 Hats|
Something for Ivy to wear.
|1882-1883 The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
And something for Lord Akeldama.
|1774-1792 The Metropolitan Museum of Art|