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The blond Easter bunny in a vintage 1940s dress. lol

 

Må jo være den perfekte påskekjolen eller hva? Kom over denne drømmen av en kjole på instagram i feeden fra en av mine favoritt vintage selgere. Hun har også butikk på Etsy her og er veldig nøye og korselig, hun holder til I Canada.  Drømmen av en kjole er fra 1940 tallet i velur, den har et par rust flekker som ikke går vekk men who cares. Dødslekker uansett og en helt fantastisk farge. Ikke minst velur/fløyel elsker det stoffet. Skoene er fra Madewell J Crew og dere kan se mere om de her. Elsker vintage, da er du nesten 100% sikker på at ingen har likt antrekk som deg, ikke minst at klær kan leve mange forskjellige liv hos div eiere. Om du følger bloggen ser du at jeg digger og mikse nytt og vintage i en egen stil. Sparer også på mine egne klær som jeg liker veldig godt I mange år slik som det skjørtet jeg hadde denne uken her.

Klem C

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This has to be the perfect Easter dress right? I found this dress in the feed on Instagram from on of my favorite vintage sellers. I just knew right away that it had to be mine.  The seller also has a Etsy shop here and is located in Canada.  This dream of a dress is from the 1940s in velvet with a tulle underskirt. It has a couple rust stains but who cares, gorgeous anyway right also I adore velvet. Shoes are Madewell J Crew Mira I had a post about them so you can see them here.  I love vintage clothes, you are pretty much 100% sure nobody shows up in the same outfit as you. I also love that clothes can live many lives with different owners. If you follow my blog you see I use a lot of vintage mixed with new on my own style. I also keep clothes I like for many, many years. Like that skirt I had this week in a post here.

Hugs C

 

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I use a different colored bra next time that’s for sure. that was not styling. But I had to show the back. look at that cute bow.

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6 comments

  1. Gorgeous! Totally not my color, but looks great on you. Just surprised you went for such a long skirt though. Seems you usually prefer your skirts much shorter. (I, however, prefer them long like that.)

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  2. Thank you so much Michelle. And you 100% right I usually do not like long dresses. This one I bought anyway because of the color and the cut. I have thought about cutting it shorter to also get rid of the rust stains but I cant get myself to do it on a vintage like this. I have a few long dresses but not many.

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  3. I’d be hesitant to cut on that dress as well. If you end up really wanting it shorter, I’d be inclined to take it to a professional alterations/seamstress person (unless of course you’re really good at sewing and doing alterations yourself). The hem looks like it could be tricky to do and have it come out looking right with the lining.

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