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Friday, October 25, 2013

A Walk in the Park Vintage Outfit Post-Late 30's Dress and Hat

I used to wear vintage only for special events, but recently I've been thinking why wait?  Isn't all of life  a special event?  I mean we only get one go at this.   With this photo 

as some inspiration I decided to get a bit dressed up in a late 30s dress and hat from Adeline's Attic on Etsy for a walk in the park with my husband and dogs.







 

6 comments:

  1. You look fabulous as always. Love the vintage photo look that you did. Have a serene Sunday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Fabulous dress. I think you are right to enjoy it at anytime and not just wait for a special occasion. I try to do that too, otherwise beautiful items just stay in the cupboard.

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  3. For many years now, especially since I became chronically ill (when I was 18) that has been my philosophy when it comes to vintage fashion, too. Every day is special, if only for the sheer fact that we're alive to experience it, and worth celebrating by rocking the clothing styles that bring us the most joy.

    Love this beautiful burgundy ensemble. It compliments your lovely hair and skin tones so wonderfully.

    Tons of hugs & happy countdown to Halloween wishes!
    ♥ Jessica

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  4. That hat is adorable and you look perfect walking those doggies!
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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  5. beautiful dress!!!
    when i broke my foot, i spent 4 months on crutches - i didn't know if it ever would be able to walk normal again.
    i wore vintage and thrift clothes before that but i never really dared to wear my super old vintage stuff... since that phase i wear my 50s/40s dresses to work, to the flea market - almost everyday and everywhere... life is too short for high street fashion. every day you're healthy is a special day. ;)

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  6. don't forget to mention the gorgeous hat. i would wear it right away!

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