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Category Archives: Twenties Tuesdays
Tidbits from a satin 1920s dress I have. So pretty but so fragile! I’ve never worn it for anything other than photoshoots.
I was lucky enough to meet the amazingly talented John Dunn, costume designer extraordinaire for Boardwalk Empire this past week. Since meeting him and hearing about the costumes he used on the show, I’ve been going back through the series and … Continue reading
I had found this 20s springtime pink cloche last spring and was so happy it matched perfectly with a pink floral ditsy cotton 30s dress. I had planned to wear them to the Governor’s Island Jazz Age Lawn Party, but … Continue reading
So who else caught the season premiere of Downton Abbey last week? SO FUNNY AMIRIGHT?!?!?!? I wasn’t expecting it to turn into such a comedy, but it’s a welcome change! Not that drama is bad… but it almost was feeling … Continue reading
I found this picture off Pinterest.. and it’s been forever haunting me since. I WANT HAIR LIKE THAT. I MUST DO IT.
And my Tuesday is really a Wednesday… Ugh. This week, you guys, this week… I’m trying to get as much inspiration for a 1920s day look as possible. Right now, I’m loving everything about this. So elegant. xo Jaye Photo … Continue reading
I’m late on this one! It’s been a hectic day. I got word today I qualify for a runway competition which, if I win, I’d get a full scholarship! So I’ve been trying to rush around to design a garment … Continue reading
This Tuesday it’s all about Phryne Fisher of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. If you’ve never seen the show (!!!) or you’re not into mysteries, you should just watch it for the 1920s fashion. (Guilty) you can find the first season … Continue reading
I think I spent a good hour just looking at pictures of 1920s speakeasies after Anne, Elizabeth and I went to one (W.C. Harlan’s mentioned here) which then got me looking at the fashion.. and now I just want to … Continue reading