Sunday, January 25, 2015

1940s meets Moulin Rouge

I'm a bit of a francophile, and I long to have a fabulous Paris themed novelty skirt or dress.  I discovered this 1940s blouse with little cafe tables, wine bottles and chairs.  It also has names of famous French cafes like, "Moulin Rouge," "Cafe' Paris," "Cafe' Royale," "Les folies Bergere," etc all over the top.  I'm posing in a place called 'Neon Alley' which hosts many retired, vintage neon signs from around the country.

Outfit Details:Black feather fascinator: handmade gift from a friend
 1940s French novelty blouse: Ebay
1950s cat brooch: Florence Antiques
underbust corset: Ross
1950s charm bracelet: Etsy
1950s turquoise skirt: Vintage Treasures
Backseam bow stockings: Ebay
teal and aqua spectator shoes: Miss L. Fire

XOX, Hannah

5 comments:

  1. Everything about this outfit is adorable, and it works so well together - I specially like the skirt and stockings combo! Thanks for great inspiration. Kx

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  2. Ooohh, that is one of the most delightfully charming vintage novelty print blouses I've ever seen. What a sweet, marvelous find! I adore how you've styled this whole outfit. Tres chic and more than a little alluring!

    ♥ Jessica

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  3. Very lovely:) I would love to see more details of your beautiful blouse. I love just about everything with a Paris theme. This is a hard subject to come by as I am not the only one who feels this way:) I'm still looking for an elusive Moulin Rouge skirt as an overall theme. Those stockings! I love also that you captured the vintage truck in the backdrop. What a fun location!

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