Monday, May 28, 2012

what happened to these days?









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14 comments:

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

I don't know, but I wish they were back, Marsha.
Hope that you are having a wonderful day, friend.
Teresa
xoxo!

Henhurst Interiors said...

Take me back! xo, Phyllis

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Really miss those days!! Wish we were back...in SO MANY WAYS!! HAVE A GREAT WEEK.
FABBY

martinealison said...

La robe est aussi merveilleuse que le chapeau...
Gros bisous

Celia M. said...

I'm with Teresa, I certainly wish they were here again!!! xo HHL

The Magical Christmas Wreath Company said...

I love the hat Marsha but those leaf sequins drove me nuts when I worked on a particular dress some years ago that required thousands of them. Five people working on that dress at the same table with a dealine tighter than the corset that went underneath.
Paul

Marina Saclley @ Iced VoVo's said...

Oh yes ... I vote we bring them back!
xx

Shari Valicenti said...

Beauty and niceties....days when you wore gloves to church....hats were worn often....and men wore hats and tipped them.....families weren't so spread out and had meals together......I am glad I had and experienced some of them. How beautiful she is and the hat is breath taking!

Half-heard in the Stillness said...

Hi dear Marsha, she looks so elegant. I have photographs of my mother and my sister on a picnic at the beach with wonderful dresses and high heeled shoes, it was just the way things were wasn't it? Now...well everything is so casual, I'm ashamed to say that the English are some of the worst of the bunch, oh how I wish those sartorial times would resurrect!

Hugs to you,
Jane x

Teresa said...

Preciosa Nieves Alvarez,nuestra bellísima modelo española y ese conjunto con la pamela ...¡impresionante !.Muchas gracias por esta foto,Marsha.

Talia said...

What an elegant look! I'd love to revisit the days when people dressed for life. Lovely...

Lost in Provence said...

I love Talia's comment: "when people dressed for life." It makes me think of my Grandfather who dressed in a suit everyday to go to the steel factory. We all say "Oh, I don't need to dress up, my life is so casual" (I say this too!!!) but people certainly didn't make such excuses before, did they?

Marsha, I am behind on your posts (as with too many blogs I am afraid) but I am so happy that I didn't miss this. :)

Veronica said...

Hi Marsha. I am so behind on blog reading but I seem to arrive at a good moment not to miss the elegance that you presented us with.... sigh...sigh... I would love to dress like that!
Just gorgeous!
Hugs

V
xx

georgia ~ gi gi said...

Amen! I would la la love to dress like that ( almost everyday ;)

Mwah
gi gi