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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

A Sparkly Snood Inspired by Judy

Ever since I was a very little girl, I mean pre-school little, I've been a huge Judy Garland fan.  I love her voice, her acting, her style, and her whole persona.   My favorite Garland film is definitely the Wizard of Oz but I also adore 1944's Meet Me in St. Louis.  It has a beautiful 1940s take on turn of the century fashions, its vintage-vintage!  There are tons of gorgeous looks in the film:

My favorite though are the Christmas ones.  Judy's lovely wine red velvet dress:

and her sparkly golden snood.

I loved the latter so much that I decided to ask Etsy seller Chloe Hearts Owls to make me a version and she did.

I wore it with my Hey Day Holly dress and a holly hair clip I got last year from Chatter Blossom and felt very Christmasey.  Too bad I can't sing:

I'll be going on blogger break for Christmas.  Wishing all of you very happy Holidays.  


  1. Cute snood! :) Hope you guys got our card... Merry Christmas!

  2. Gorgeous! You look adorable!

    Merry Christmas!

  3. So much talent, both of those films have worn well through the years.

  4. One of my all time favourite things. I've been dreaming of that red velvet Christmas dress for most of my life too!

  5. That's a very lovely snood. It goes perfect with your dress and hair clip. You look so pretty!

  6. Gorgeous snood! Very practical too. I love the way you styled with that dress and hair clip. Meet Me in St. Louis is my favorite Judy Garland film!

  7. very cute! i've actually never seen that movie. i need to rent it!

  8. You look adorable as always, and Judy Garland was so damn graceful and photogenic. I need to watch more of her films.

  9. Meet Me in St. Louis has always been one of my favourite Judy Garland films. I've always adored the fashion in that movie. Your snood looks just like the one in the film and is so cute on you :)

  10. So lovely! Meet Me in St. Louse is my favourite Judy Garland film, too, and was one of the most inspiring mid-century movies for me in terms of helping to shape my early childhood passion for all things vintage.

    ♥ Jessica


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