Sunday, November 28, 2010

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'Tis The {Start of} The Season

In honor of the snow, the cold, and having bested Turkey Day, I've switched it up here to a festive holiday theme, and to celebrate, enjoy this obnoxious and yet stunning 1871 tartan daydress, from Augusta Auctions:


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4 comments:

  1. Wow..that dress is...wow. I didn't realize you could put so much tartan on one person. Very festive!

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  2. I know right! It's pretty fantastic, but then when you look closer it's made pretty badly! The plaid doesn't match up at all - okay, I don't mind that so much - but there's this weird lime green ribbon added onto the sleeves that doesn't match at all, and in general it's quite weird. Blah! (but I would make something like it in a heartbeat, hahaha)

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  3. my first reaction to the dress was, "OH NO MY EYES!" then, "hmm. i could so make that." such midvictorian tacky awesomeness.

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  4. Sarah, EXACTLY my reaction too. There was some hideous plaid taffeta at the local Mill End store, and don't think it didn't cross my mind...:-)

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