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1920 – Children’s Easter Party
1961 – Spring Bonnets
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This makes me sound about a hundred years old, but, didn’t they know how to look classy back in the day. Some nice easter bonnets on show! 🙂
Well fit clothing, fully accessorized — it’s a welcome change from jeans! Hats off to the centenarians 🙂
I second that motion! 🙂
Why, hello there, lovely ladies!
Happy Easter, Vickie.
Happy Easter to you and I hope it was full of lovely chocolates!
Well I am about a hundred years old years old so I agree.
We’re in good company 🙂
My mom used to let me dress up with her old fashions… I remember a navy blue tiny polkadotted suit with a peplum, similar to the one on the right…. thanks for the memories. Wish I had kept it.
I had a little jacket from that era that I wore straight through the eighties, with a peplum. It’s still in the closet – I just can’t button it up anymore 😉
Can we start a campaign?
The Dandy says: “Bring back hats!!”.
The Perfumed Dandy
I have started wearing hats – to keep the sun off my face!
The Dandy has: a titfer, a turban, a pith helmet, a panama, a flat cap, a top hat, a bowler, a corrugatable opera hat and a selection of scarves for starters.
I am well prepared if ever the sunshine should call on these shores!
The Perfumed Dandy
Ah, I see I’ll have to send you a Stetson 😉
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