Monday, April 25, 2011

Lobster's Long Lost Sister

'Eureka! The 1930s 'Lobster Quadrille' dress in my shop is the long lost sister of one of the prized 30s dresses in my personal collection.  Same color and type of fabric, same juliet sleeves, same back belt, same front inverted pleat.  Neat-o! Photo is from last year...how I WISH the backyard was this green.  Soon enough...


12 comments:

Lolita Haze said...

The dress in the photo is DIVINE!! Oh 1930's fashion... why do you hate my body type so much? :(

Gemma said...

Oh how I wish it were just an inch bigger! Gorgeous x

Hannah said...

Utterly fantastic, you look so elegant! x

Madame Dessert said...

lovely!

Emily & Gracie said...

Goodness these dresses are lovely! I love the shade and I think the red-y orange-ness is a lovely color on you, contrasting wonderfully with your fair skin in dark hair! This is making me think perhaps I needn't be so fearful of wearing bright reds..
- Emily

BaronessVonVintage said...

thank you!! this is a very cherished dress. Oh, just realized the lady in my header at right is wearing a similar colour, too! Huh!

Anyway, I do appreciate your kind words!!

Miss Emmi said...

That kind of red/orange is lovely on you!

Miss Matilda said...

you look adorable as ever xx

UN-stitched said...

This is beautiful, I love the cut of the sleeves and the color is ravishing!
Christine
http://un-stitched.com

Hello Jodi said...

Oh to be the wasp of a woman who fits into that dress!

art deco dame said...

Amazing!

alexandra grecco said...

so so lovely, miss!

xx
alexandra