For the first night of WorldCon I wore my new purple dress from the previous blog. But for the first offical day of the convention I wore this favorite vintage 1950s blue and white day dress.
It has a cute little jacket too, but I didn't get a picture of it at this event. Here it is at Comic Con, 4 years ago pre-reack-reduction.
Believe it or not I weigh less in these Comic Con photos, just goes to show what a little less boob will do for a girl's figure. Now where was I?
So I am wearing it with a little flower hair band (similar $18), faux pearl set (similar $10), vintage white leather gloves (similar $29), and some Mia nomad flats (discontinued, similar $23).
A Historical Retrospective on Blue & White
For Lord Akeldama
|1760s The Victoria & Albert Museum|
|1853-1854 Blue FLower The FIDM Museu|
|c.1860 United States MET|
|Bodice 1865-1866 Musée Galliera de la Mode de la Ville de Paris|
|1868 Robe à Transformation Kerry Taylor Auctions2|
|1872 The Kyoto Costume Institute|
|Afternoon Dress 1903 s Jacques Doucet The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|1905 Summer Day Dress The Victoria & Albert Museum|
|Clip Brooches Raymond Yard, 1935 Christie’s|
|Glamorous 1950’s Dress. Glamorous❤Vintage❤Soul tumblr|
"A great variety of bright colours is only suited to a carpet. For a dress, two are quite sufficient."
~ The Ladies' Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners or, Miss Leslie's Behaviour Book
by Eliza Leslie (1864)
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