>Style Star of 1936

>How I love mid 1930s style! This page is no exception.  In fact, I’d gladly take these items right off the page and put them in my closet.  I love the silly little superhero cape on the dress and the lovely detailing on the coat.  Yummy!
*edited to add*  A friend (Top Tottie Vintage on Etsy) recognized the coat in the ad as one she owns!!  Check out a photo of the back of the coat on my Flickr here, here and here.  I thought it looked familiar!

As a side note: Hubby had a the idea to take a day and take pics of me in some of my vintage clothing to document it.  So excited!  I always want to show and tell but somehow get easily sidetracked and never seem to have my hair set when I have time to take pics.
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6 Responses to >Style Star of 1936

  1. Beth says:

    >Haha, love that cape! Maybe she's hiding a jetpack or nunchucks for superhero duties.Can't wait to see pics of you and your clothes! So inspirational.

  2. Lauren says:

    >HA! I was thinking superhero, too!

  3. Debi says:

    >LOVE the coat (oohhh that collar is amazing) and the shoes!

  4. >I love that they are marketed to "glee-clubbers" and "36 graduates." I want the "Countesse" (with included initial pin)!

  5. Leimomi says:

    >That cape is hilarious! I wonder how on earth that trend every originated? I can't wait to see pictures of you in your stuff!

  6. garofit says:

    >Beautiful! Fashion that is chic AND fun!I am finding myself more and more attracted to that type of coat and am planning a knitting project around that idea.

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