November 21, 2013

Wearing a dress that has been in my family for no less than seven decades




Outfit details

Circa 1940s wide brimmed black hat with netting: etsy seller Vintage Toledo
Silver tone metal and glass stone drop earrings: Claire's
Circa 1950s/60s black Persian lamb's wool style coat: Yard sale find (blogged about
here)
1930s/early 40s pink crepe dress with rhinestone detailing: Amazing gift from my cousin Sylvia
Circa 1940s brown gloves:
Jardin Antiques in Okanagan Falls
1950s/60s black handbag with floral needlework: etsy seller
St. Augustine Vintage
Black seamed stockings: eBay
T-strap suede peep-toe heels: Nine West
Lip colour: MAC Diva



Photography by
Antonio Cangiano


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This is a post with a past, or more precisely which came to be because of lives lived long before I came into existence. As vintage fashion lovers we wear the world's yesterdays, and for many of us, most, if not all of our vintage garments and accessories landed in our wardrobe by way of strangers - sellers and original clothing owners alike. Once in a while however, if we are exceedingly lucky, we may be blessed to receive the gift of a vintage item that one belonged to someone in our very own family.

While neither of my grandmas held onto their clothes from the mid-twentieth century, far away in a corner of the country I long desperately to visit myself (as I touched on recently here), tucked away lovingly, and completely unbeknownst to me until very recently, in an attic belonging to one of my first cousins once removed, Sylvia Burkhard, lay an assortment of vintage garments that had been in our family for decades.

Though I've never had the pleasure of meeting Sylvia in person, I know her and some of her siblings through my genealogy research and via Facebook, and when she found out that I lived for the past, she gathered up some of those pieces of vintage clothing, most of which I'd venture to guess hadn't been worn in many a year, and so incredibly sweetly sent them my way this year.

She let me know that it was okay to pass along those things which weren't to my taste or didn't fit, and that I did as gifts, to some of my very dearest fellow vintage adoring fans the world over. When the items that weren't my size or style had found new homes, I was left with a selection of several of the most wonderfully lovely late 1930s to early 1960s garments one could ever dream of receiving out of the blue from a relative.

Most of the items are dresses, of which the beautiful coral meets carnation pink late 1930s/early 40s frock pictured today is one of my very favourites. This dress is unlike any other presently in my closet, in terms of style, and I love it all the more because of that. I don't know which of my family members would have owned and sported it back in the day, but whomever she was, she had excellent taste.

Sylvia's parcel is the first and only time to date that I've ever received vintage clothing that belonged to a family member of mine (my maternal grandma once presented me a lovely little c. 1950s/60s opal pendant necklace of hers that I treasure to no end, but that was the only other vintage piece belonging to a relative that I'd been given). Even now, a few months after that package arrived (and brought me to tears of joy and gratitude as I opened it), I'm still in a bit of shock to be have been given the honour of preserving, and wearing, these wonderful yesteryear garments that once shared some of those aforementioned yesterdays with my very own relatives.

A dress like this is something of the star of the show unto itself, but that doesn't mean it need go accessory, or coat, less in the least. Instead of much in the way of jewelry, I partnered this elegant frock with an equally lovely 1950s/60s floral needlework handbag, which I was very kindly sent from awesome etsy seller Kara Pound's shop, St. Augustine Vintage.

I am smitten with this bag. It's larger than many vintage handbags, sturdily crafted, captivatingly pretty, and more than roomy enough to hold all of the modern day accoutrements most of us are keen to tote around with us when we're out and about. I really appreciate that Kara bestowed this gorgeous handbag on me, and am delighted to let you know that we'll soon be holding a giveaway for her etsy shop, so that can have the chance to add a treasure from St. Augustine Vintage to your old school wardrobe.

Did you know, that while I've worn suit jackets and blazers here over the years, this is the very first time I've sported a coat, let alone a winter weight one, here on the blog? It's true, and I rather love that for the premier of such an event, I sported none other than the awesome Persian lamb's wool-esque, fur trimmed coat that I purchased for a killer price from a local second hand clothing dealer last summer (which I chatted about in this post). Realistically, I think that this coat is from the early 60s, though there are elements to it that feel older, and when you view it from a bit of distance, I'd even go so far as to say it has a certain charming Edwardian vibe, though of course, I know it's no where near that aged.

It's warm, cozy, stylish, and fits me terrifically, and as such has quickly become my most frequently reached for coat this year, now that the temps are dipping below freezing again and heavy duty outerwear is a must again most days.

So where does one take a fabulous 70+ year old dress, a beautiful mid-century handbag, and a snazzy vintage winter coat? That's a darn good question, and one that Tony and I pondered for a while before settling on a location, which we both felt should have a lot of history to it.

Unfortunately, a massive number of historical/vintage related sites or buildings around our corner of the Okanagan, let alone ones we haven't shoot at before, so scouting a suitable location became quite the interesting hunt that particular afternoon.

After much deliberation, we decided it was high time we paid a visit to one of the oldest spots in all of the Okanagan: the Father Pandosy Mission in the nearby city of Kelowna. Named after the first missionary to set establish a community in the area, Father Charles John Felix Adolph Pandosy, the Mission traces its roots all the way back to 1859.

Today the Mission, which is jointly administered by the Okanagan Historical Society and the Catholic Church, is comprised of historical buildings from around the Okanagan, including some that were part of the Father's original Mission, which, since the 1960s onward, have been lovingly and expertly preserved and transformed into a small self-guided historical park. In 1983, the Mission was designated as a British Columbia Heritage Site, and can be visited year round, for a small fee ($2.00 per person; with higher fees if you wish to use the site for an event or professional photo shoot - hobbyists and those taking snaps for their own enjoyment, need only pay two dollars).

Almost unbelievably, given my unending zeal for the past, I'd never visited the Pandosy Mission before, though I certainly knew of its existence. On the day we were there, we had the entire place to ourselves, save for an adorable flock of quail who were zipping around in group formation as we took photos. We shot in two spots in particular (a historical home called the Christien House and the small two story chapel), but enjoyed taking a look around each of the handful of different buildings (including a blacksmith's shop and root house) that make up this fascinating location.

There was a quiet, peaceful solemnness to the location, and I greatly enjoyed getting a chance to visit it at long last. It seemed incredibly fitting to partner an outfit so rich in history, made up of pieces from my own family members, acquaintances, and strangers alike, with the precise corner of the Okanagan Valley that would go on to spur early European settlers to establish communities here more than 150 years ago.

This historical site, much like vintage fashion itself, just goes to prove that there is always the possibility of discovering, or being given, a new piece of the past to explore or call your own waiting for you right around the next corner.



65 comments:

  1. Wowzwer Jessica, that dress is unsurpassable!! I just love the detail on the back, and the colour is nothing short of smashing on you. I love the coat and shoes too, gosh this is a nice outfit. I really should do a bit more dressy dressing, recently it's been so blooming cold that I haven't given it much thought, hurriedly pulling on a dress and boots for work, and then putting on a nice cosy pair of pyjamas when I get home.

    What a sweet thing for your cousin to do, that's really lovely. It's always nice when people perk up at your love of vintage and say, "I've got this...any good?", even if it doesn't end up in your own wardrobe I still love other people sharing their treasure.

    Pretty in pink!

    P x

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  2. This dress is so lovely! And even more so that it comes from within your own family! I know how you feel because my grandma gave me her 1950s 'Hawaiian' style circle skirt earlier this year and I love it! It's the only item of clothing from the 50s that she kept so I was really grateful to receive it.

    But back to your dress - it's such a great colour on you and looks like it has been kept in good condition all these years too!

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  3. Wow. This is such an amazing post. You honor the dress, your relative Sylvia, and the notion of vintage fashion by wearing this outfit with such aplomb. Retrieving the past and bringing it into the present is a wonderful impulse and here you've done it with style. Doing the photoshoot at this location is icing on the cake. There are few blogs in the world that are significant; yours is one of those few.

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  4. It is such a beautiful dress and I am sure you will treasure it with it's family history. I do not have anything that from my family, but would love to. I do not think that any of my relatives kept anything, but perhaps they are just stored away and forgotten about.

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  5. Oh my goodness, lucky you! I can imagine how overjoyed you must have been to receive a surprise like that! And even luckier to find such a beautiful dress that seems to fit you like a glove. I'd love to see the other pieces you selected from your family treasure.

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  6. This dress is a dream !
    I love this outfit, absolutely perfect : dress is gorgeous, the tapestry bag is too cute, the huge hat is amazing... beautiful !!!!

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  7. That dress is perfect. It's so fantastic you have a piece of your family's sartorial history--my own family didn't keep any clothing, either. In fact, I found out my paternal grandmother and I shared a love of hats, and she had quite a collection--that she'd tossed many years earlier. But that dress is absolutely stunning, and it fits you so perfectly! I also wanted to say how much I love that you find such unique backdrops for your photos. Your shoots make me really think about what locations I could find for my own photos!

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  8. That dress is perfect. It's so fantastic you have a piece of your family's sartorial history--my own family didn't keep any clothing, either. In fact, I found out my paternal grandmother and I shared a love of hats, and she had quite a collection--that she'd tossed many years earlier. But that dress is absolutely stunning, and it fits you so perfectly! I also wanted to say how much I love that you find such unique backdrops for your photos. Your shoots make me really think about what locations I could find for my own photos!

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  9. Yes indeed, Jessica, your lovely dress is a spectacular treasure! Wow, what a dream come true! I have often dreamed of finding a room full of beautiful dresses. Have you?

    I thought that this was the first time I have seen you sporting a coat. It looks so soft and comfortable and must be wonderfully warm. (Of course, I realize you DO wear coats, just not seen in your photo shoots.)

    ♥ Hope

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  10. What a stunning dress! That colour is so vibrant and goes so well with your skin tone - and the dress itself looks like it was made to measure - LOVE!

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  11. How cool! And, it's a beautiful dress too!

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  12. That had to be one of the most amazing packages to receive ever. That dress looks like it was made just for you; it's wonderful that this special treasure finally found you. You styled it perfectly, as usual.

    I've long treasured my own family heirlooms, although none of my relatives held on to the amazing vintage clothes of their youth. They did hold onto furniture, dishes, and jewelry. I have so many fond memories of dressing up in my grandmothers' and aunts' costume jewelry, and get a special thrill when I wear a piece I remember playing with decades ago. They bring back memories of the times when my beloved grandmothers dressed up and I perceived them as warm sugar and magic sparkles, more or less. I have several small tapestry bags that aren't big enough for every day use, but I frequently grab them for date nights or parties. Your post brought back some great memories, and reminds me that I'm lucky to have these mementos of the women in my life that I loved the most.

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  13. Jessica, your outfits are awesome so beautiful and dreamy. And you always look amazing. BUT. BUT! This dress and outfit is absolutely, totally, show-stoppingly, drop-dead FABULOUS. Oh my gosh! And the fact that the dress has been in our family so long makes it extra special -- you lucky, lucky woman. That color is AMAZING on you. And let's talk shoes and bag! SQUEE! Beautiful.

    *stands up and applauds* This fills my eye candy quota for the day. Beautiful.

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  14. I might go so far as to call this anecdote magical. How miraculous is it that with the aid of a little research, you made a deep connection not just with a distant relative you might not otherwise know, but with a whole new sliver of your own ancestry? It really makes me flush with happiness thinking about it. Not to mention seeing you in such a gorgeous and beautifully fitting dress!

    And if it weren't for the specialness of all that, I might accuse you of burring the lead -- because that awesome hat could definitely steal the spotlight if it wanted to. ;)

    htto://dresseduplikealady.com

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  15. Wow what a gorgeous outfit. That dress is all va va voom! How brilliant that it belonged to a family member. You must feel like a walking piece of history.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  16. girl - you look like a million dollar!!!!!
    this dress and that it is from your own family is just breathtaking. and what a great condition, it looks like never worn. the color is sooo beautiful. and it fits you!!! wow!
    gorgeous outfit - gorgeous photos!

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  17. this dress would be a super special and wonderful piece even without it's family history ... but knowing it's from your grandma makes it even more perfect and loveable. it fits you like a glove ... like it was made for you!

    i love to wear pieces my granny handed down to me. she and i have a quite similar shape and most of her clothes fit me perfectly ... actually we have the same ugly looking feet! sadly she has a smaller size, so i wasn't able to over take her wonderful 50s snake skin shoes. ;)
    having some of clothes in my closet and wearing them once in a while means the world to me.

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  18. What a gorgeous dress, and it fits you perfectly! I am not surprised you were so thrilled to receive such a wonderful gift. The colour is glorious - did the little diamond clips around the neckline come with it? So, so pretty, and even more special, as it belonged to someone in your family. <3

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  19. I am so glad that you have the opportunity to be a steward of the women's history in your family.
    Kathleen

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  20. What a lovely treasure trove you were gifted! I know you will cherish your family garments for many a year to come. I know I would. Lucky, lucky gal. I'm green with envy.

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  21. Girl, what an amazing outfit! The dress, the coat, the accessories, everything is so perfect.

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  22. Oh that dress is GORGEOUS! The detail around the neck & waist... and the little flare in back! What a thrill, and knowing it comes from family makes it even more treasured. Couldn't have gone to a better person, I'm sure the original owners would be proud.

    xo Sara

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  23. Jessica, you look beautiful! This dress, as well as the coat, look like they were made for you! How awesome of her to send you the clothes! I have been really into 70's clothes lately, and I wish that I had kept some of my mother's clothes from when she was a tween/teen. I am so glad that you shared this outfit and experience with us!

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  24. This dress is stunning and made all the more amazing by the fact that it belonged to a member of your family! I can relate a lot on the level that my grandmother's did not keep all that much. I do have my grandmother's wedding dress though - which can be worn as a day dress because they had a small ceremony at the minister's house.

    I love this coat too! The whole outfit is simply marvelous!

    And what an interesting sounding site!

    xoxo
    -Janey

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  25. The dress looks fabulous on you! How special to have a family piece like that. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  26. What a lovely dress! And the history behind it makes it ever so much specialer. I wish (and still hope) that I will one day find something that would fit me from a relative, but have pretty much given up on that hope, as I heard most everything was gotten rid of regularly. The dress looks amazing on you, and that coat is the perfect touch :)

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  27. What a beautiful gesture from Silvia in sending you those garments, I can imagine that opening the package was like Christmas all over again.
    I have a great aunt who from time to time sends me garments that belonged to her. She is about 90 and most items are in really good shape and luckily almost all fit.
    I can only imagine what she would have done wearing a certain dress or where she went wearing it.
    I think Silvia picked the perfect person for have this dress, which i think is beautiful and has an art deco feel to it.

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  28. This is a wonderful post! How incredibly kind it was of your cousin to gift the dress to you. I love the way you paired it with that particular coat and hat. Just lovely!

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  29. What an incredible gift! That dress is beautiful, and I love the little details like the frill at the back. It fits you so perfectly too. And that coat! I just want to stroke it, it looks so lush and soft.

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  30. Gorgeous location and oh my… what a gorgeous dress and it's even more precious because of its history and connection to you. It looks like it was made for you, it fits so well! I also adore you tapestry bag. So pretty!

    I haven't been lucky enough to inherit any clothing from my grandparents but I have been given quite a few things from mother which I cherish. :)

    xo

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  31. Oh wow that dress is truly amazing! Love it on you. This is definitely one of my favourite looks from you, I really love it!!

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  32. Wow, what a wonderful treasure. You look beautiful in this heirloom dress.

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  33. That dress is absolutely lovely! Also your cousin sounds very sweet.

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  34. Oh dear you are so lucky! All my grandparents are gone and I have little information family history wise bc not many photos or stories were passed down. In many ways I am like the ambassador to my own history since there is no one to ask or inquire. That package is quite a gift-such a blessing and I am so very happy for you. You look stunning in that dress and I know you will treasure every piece for a long time to come! Congrats!! xox

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  35. Such a lovely post. You are right - most of us wish that we have a piece from our own family and you are indeed very lucky to have received some pieces :) This dress is so lovely and fits your body and style perfectly - it's really meant to be! I wish I have a piece that belonged to my maternal grandmother - we were close and I really loved her. She was unfortunately very poor and didn't have that much money after my grandfather passed away - she had to raise her four small children herself. I love that you have a piece that belongs to your family :)

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  36. I can certainly see that pink is your color:) A marvolous outfit dear Jessica. I just love this coat. It certainly looks like it will keep you warm in the Canada winter months but at the same time very stylish! Such a wonderful story that this dress once belonged to one of your relatives. How special! I think it makes it even more of a special event. I bet you wondered what the fine lady who wore this dress might have been doing ...a lovely evening out? A chat with girlfriends? Also, what might she have paired her lovely frock with? So wonderful dear Jessica. What a wonderful place to take photographs and to think you had the whole place to yourself! This makes it even more special! I'm so happy for you that you have a slice of vintage fashion from one of your relatives and a beautiful frock at that:)

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  37. Dress with a life story of it's own!
    There's no better dress than tnat. One of the reasons why I'm drawn to vintage (worn) clothes is because I enjoy giving another go to any peace of wardrobe that lived a lifetime; and is still wearable. My heart goes out to all the dresses out there that are no longer in use. Some of them have such a level of "wear and tear" that you can simply feel that they must have been a favorite to their owner.

    Your garment is wonderful, darling Jessica.
    I can see why you were drawn to it.

    Many hugs
    (..and I hope you get back on your "computer" feet really soon)

    Marija

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  38. Wow, what an amazing dress! The silhouette is very flattering on you! You look so beautiful! And it's even more special because of the story behind it. A real treasure!

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  39. Another lovely outifit and the istory behind the dress certainly makes it extra special! I wanted to ask you what search words would you use when looking for a 1940s hat in that wide brimmed style that you often sport. Ive been wanting one and cant seem to find many on ebay or etsy
    kate

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  40. How lovely to have been sent such a parcel. It must have been so interesting unpacking it and wondering about the previous owners of the clothes. It is a beautiful dress, the rhinestone details are so pretty and it fits you so well. I love the bag, it is gorgeous. Interesting to read about the history of your photoshoot location.

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  41. How fantastic!! I truly wish my Grama's, or even Grampa's, kept some of their wonderful vintage clothing. We have set-em-arounds and original vintage jewelry, but nothing like what you have received. Though it's not like I'd even be able to wear them, the Grama's waists were much trimmer than my own. :-/ But I digress...how marvelous that you were able to have these treasures and then to share the joy with other like minded people!

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  42. This dress looks like it was made for you, and the color is so beautiful! Looks like great style runs in your family ;)

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  43. I love clothes that have been passed down from family. I have a caramel fur coat from my Nan amongst many other clothes, alongside clothes from family friends and neighbours. Its so nice reading where your clothes came from though!

    Looking fabulous as always! :)
    Jess
    www.wildflowerlondon.co.uk / @whatjessiedid

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  44. Wow, not only is that dress gorgeous, but the story behind it is wonderful! Vintage that belonged to family is the best kind to have, and sadly I don't think many of us have that opportunity, so you are incredibly lucky! Not to mention the dress suits you and fits you like a glove! I'm looking forward to seeing more of the collection you were sent! :)

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  45. Oh, Jessica, you've made me choke up with tears a little! Again! =) That dress is a true treasure, and I can see how the story behind it makes it even more treasured by you! The details are just stunning, and I love the colour and silhouette on you, so stylish and elegant.

    It's a bit different to use/wear something that's belonged to a family member, isn't it? I have a number of pieces (very few garments though, the ladies were either not in my size or the garments has been lost, save a handful), and something about handling them gives a much richer feeling than when I'm handling a bought vintage item. Maybe it's the connection through time and space with people I knew in my childhood, or carrying the image of my wonderful grandma at the age of 16, on her first employment, wearing a coat her employer had made for her. She's now 78 and still kicking her heels on the dancefloor, and her firt grown-up coat hangs in my closet, one of my few family-heirloom garments.

    Looking forward to seeing more of the treasure your cousin sent you! I have no doubt they will be a delight for you to wear, and how amazing that a younger relative can now give them a second life!

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  46. You look so Lovely! I especially love the coat and the rhinestone detailing on your top. One of my favourite outfits so far :)

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  47. Thank you each so very much, my wonderfully dear friends, for your splendidly lovely, touching, beautiful comments. I wholeheartedly apologize for not being able to reply in my usual fashion to your wonderful messages, due to the fact that my laptop is dead and new one hasn't arrived yet. Soon, I hope, very soon!!! I miss our usual back and forth so very much.

    Truly, thank you again so much. I adored reading your comments and special stories about vintage garments you've received from your relatives.

    Tons of hugs & happy weekend wishes,
    <3 Jessica

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  48. This is such a beautiful dress. I know I it must feel even more special, to have come from a member of your family. When I saw the photographs I thought it had an older feel than some of your outfits (i.e. pre-1950's) and I was right! May I say what a fantastic compliment the gloves are. They really finish off the outfit and I like the applique on them too. It echoes the symmetrical shaped trim on the neck of the dress perfectly. Another inspired combination!

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    1. Thank you very much, my dear friend, you always leave such sweet, lovely comments. If - as I highly suspect it is - this dress is indeed from the late 1930s, then it would be the earliest dress I currently own (I have some from the 40s, but as I don't usually wear the looks of the 30s myself, I haven't bought any from that decade before). Great spotting on the dating there!

      ♥ Jessica

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  49. What a delightfully wonderful surprise it must have been to receive that gorgeous dress! It looks just perfect on you! :)

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  50. Oh my word, I love this outfit and purse SO MUCH!!!! I just have no words. The colors are like candy!!!

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  51. It's amazing how perfect the dress fits you. It's so beautiful! I'm lucky to have a few of my Grandma's clothes, and they are so special to me.

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    1. Thank you very much, sweet Mary! I really agree, that dress fits me so very well (which isn't always the case at all). Perhaps its a sign that I need more frocks from that era! :) How awesome that you have some of your grandmas clothing. There's nothing more special, IMO, on the vintage fashion front than items that have been in one's own family for decades.

      ♥ Jessica

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  52. I think you picked the perfect location and you accessorized so well. What an honor to be inherit such an exquisite piece history.

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  53. Very beautiful! Love the dress! x

    fashionistainthedark.blogspot.com

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  54. This is absolutely wonderful! To get a piece from your very own family?! That is such a treasure and boy does that carnation of a dress show off your petite and fabulous figure my dear! Whew! Glamour all the way!
    By the way, I cannot believe you've never had a coat on your blog! Did I read that right?
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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  55. What a fantastic gift! You must have been in vintage heaven. And it suits you so well, you look fabulous. I cannot wait to see the other treasures you got. Your coat is elegant too. My first thought was that you look royal. :)

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  56. Oh wow, how wonderful! And you complimented it so well with your accessories! :) You just shine happiness too! I hope this finds you well kitten! :) xx

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  57. Oh!!!! I love that this dress has been in your family for so long!! How wonderful!!! And you look smashing in this outfit. The colour of that dress is simply divine on you. :)

    The show I'm working on finally opened last night - as you can see from the barrage of comments from me today! I'm finally finding some free time to relax and rest during the day. We have another performance tonight, but I don't have to be at the theatre until 6pm. So I'm catching up on my blog reading - including reading your posts - which I always look forward too.

    Lisa. :)

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  58. Oh my, I just had a big crish on your bag and you hat. Perfection!
    The dress is really beautiful, and it is so adorable that's an heritage of your family.
    You're pretty!

    Nella Fragola

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  59. What a beautiful dress! and that handbag!!! I adore both! I have very few things from my grandmother, but the items I do have are extremely cherished. Thank you for sharing!
    ~xoxo, CoriLynn

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