Due to the tea's attendance, we held it at Chez Louie at the Nevada Museum of Art, this year, which was spacious, public, and full of art exhibits to admire while we paraded around in our finery.
I only got a few photos. I didn't have anything new to wear, and just *barely* squeezed into my old blue wool hobble skirt from a few years ago. Thank goodness for darts (though I should've tried the thing on before the morning of the event), as I quite like the skirt and want to keep it!
|My mom and dad, always well-dressed.|
|Hats! It wouldn't be 1912 without splendid hats!|
|My mom's new skirt and blouse. Snazzy!|
|Liz, in her original Edwardian linen suit|
|Liza is the mistress of re-fashioning - her gown was made from a 1930s dress and a bridesmaid's gown|
|Gina in action|
|Photo by Dana Reeser - my same-ole-same-ole, blue wool hobbleskirt and antique blouse.|
|Silk Pongee - eBay seller shastasvintage|
That's all for now! Perhaps next year I'll get off my duff and make something new. :-)