Monday, May 3, 2010

The Met, A Fashion Exibition 1890-1940's

Butterfly gown....gasp!

 When you get to  The exibition is called American Women Fashioning a Nationas Identity. Also"their" zoom feature gets "really" close,
much better than this.

I have shown late 1800's today as their my favorite.

This wool sweater is from 1895! It works today!

I just thought I'd share a place to get lost this morning.


Coleen said...

gasp!!.you find the most incredible pretties!!!...I love picture #4 the best!

Heart Hugs,

Terri Kahrs said...

Ohhhh . . . . . those SHOES!!!! I'm drooling all over my keyboard! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Paula said...

Hi sweet Marcie,
Thank you for sharing the link and all of those gorgeous photos!!! I love all of the same things you do! Such beautiful clothing and shoes! Have a lovely day! Love, Paula

Shelley Noble said...

Gaaaasp! Lovely things!

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

You have a beautiful and inspirational blog. I am a follower! Thanks for sharing, Connie

Ineke van den Akker said...

Wow! just love this!
greetings from Holland,

Katie@LeBeauPaonVictorien said...

Wow! Sweet shoes...I love Victorian's so beautiful.

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

I watched the movie "YOUNG VICTORIA" last night...and some of the gowns in the movie were so much like these...oh my goodnes what beauty and elegance....beyond description.


Zan Asha said...

Wow, they are lovely! Luckily, I LIVE close enough to the Met that I can go visit it :) Didn't know that exhibit was going thanks for the heads-up!

Dorthe said...

OOHHHH I just love the shoes, would love to wear them, and the sweater, too, what gorgeus pretty things to wear, they made back then.
Thanks for showing.

Diane said...

Great post. That sweater, like you said would work today, amazes me. Are we going back to the Victorian times? Hmmm. Diane

Anonymous said...

I missed all this?!! Where have I been!! Marcie, fabulous clothes! Gosh, I think most of them could work today! Totally agree about the sweater! It's a work of art. I won't even blather on about those shoes...oh my! More works of art! And your next post with the sweet autograph book...I see projects in your future!

Now why wasn't I here before catching up with you! Give me a minute to catch my breath! Have to stop and look more closely at this stuff! Hope you have a wonderful day....and a wonderful time working with the's a treasure!

Warm hugs,

sharon said...

Thank you for sharing these, they are stunning! Also, thanks for your sweet comment!
Your blog is heavenly!

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

Hi Marcie!

What gorgeous, swoony photos! Thanks for sharing!


Sue said...

thank you thank you thank you for the info on the link to the fashion exhibit!!! I can't wait to check it out. I just found your blog, and have a feeling I will be spending some serious time here!


sandra said...

Wow Marcie, thanks for the reminder to check your blog...I haven't visited in a little bit (so forgetful in my old What a beautiful post, as were the previous two. Thanks so much for the old sheet music you shared with us. I adore the graphics on the old sheet music.
Blessings and hugs,
p.s. Thank you so much for all of your sweet comments

prashant said...

I love all of the same things you do! Such beautiful clothing and shoes!
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