With Downton Abbey done for the season I've had to get my fix of 1920's fabulous fashions elsewhere.
Last week I showed you some of my favourite swimwear finds on Vintage Patterns Wiki and this week we'll take a look at some treasures from the 1920's.
|As soon as I saw this I thought of Lady Edith.|
|Even without pretty colour drawings I can see how pretty this dress would be.|
It's very Lady Mary~
|And of course, it wouldn't be a party without|
a showstopping dress for cousin Rose!
|I LOVE view A and would wear it in a heartbeat.|
Patterns from the 1920's are not easy to come by and can sometimes go for over $100. Do you think you could shell out that much just for a pattern? (I think I might for the right pattern)
How old is the oldest pattern in your collection? Could you part with it or does it have sentimental value? Leave a comment below~
LOVE that party dress with all the ruffle! But still, unless I were making them to sell, I'd never shell out $100 for any pattern. I know people who can look at a dress and make it without a pattern. Isn't that amazing?!
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