Granted there a bit fancier then much of today's everyday wear but just look at how cute they are. I decided I needed a 1930s house dress in my wardrobe and when I couldn't find an authentic vintage one I liked I asked Sew Vintage Seamstress to make me one. The result is perfect. She used feedback reproduction fabric, a tea stained collar, and even a vintage zipper! You absolutely can't tell that this dress isn't authentic 1930s.
I paired it with a 1930s straw hat from Adeline's attic. This hat is totally falling apart but it's very special to me because it is the first piece of 1930s vintage I bought. It started the whole obsession three years ago. I also wore my crochet 30s gloves, remix shoes, A 1930s crochet purse and my merriweather horse shoe brooch.
I wore my outfit to my favorite resteraunt, Brooklyn Farmacy. The only authentic soda fountain in our area. It's about an hours travel by train from Jersey but totally worth it.
I finally tried the end of the world sundae which features a donut from the famous Peter Pan bakery, I choose chocolate coconut, so good!
I took a few more pictures on the Pharmacy's cute pink bench.
Now if only the Farmacy had Buster Keaton for a soda jerk