Older Posts
2nd outfit for the shoot ! 💋😜

2nd outfit for the shoot ! 💋😜

😁

😁

Today wearing @alexandragrecco ❤️

Today wearing @alexandragrecco ❤️

On the blog 💋🌸 www.misspandora.fr

On the blog 💋🌸 www.misspandora.fr

karamazove:

Pola Negri

karamazove:

Pola Negri

(via labelleotero)

fripperiesandfobs:

Jeanne Hallée dressing gown, 1907
From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

fripperiesandfobs:

Jeanne Hallée dressing gown, 1907

From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

(via labelleotero)

(Source: mademoiselle-lolita, via labelleotero)

groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972
groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972

groupiesoutrageously:

Charlotte Martin modeling | 1971-1972

(via psychedelicsdreams)

(Source: zachuck, via labelleotero)

carflopa:

Actress Stacy Martin by Ellen von Unwerth.

carflopa:

Actress Stacy Martin by Ellen von Unwerth.

(via labelleotero)

fleurdulys:

In the Cafe d’Harcourt in Paris - Henri Evenepoel
1897

fleurdulys:

In the Cafe d’Harcourt in Paris - Henri Evenepoel

1897

(Source: weheartit.com, via labelleotero)

tiny-librarian:

Artistic dress had its roots in mid-Victorian England, where Pre-Raphaelite artists, with their love of things medieval, and disdain of industrialized society, revived a version of the loose fitting, relatively plain gowns of that time. Its successor, Aesthetic dress, drew from the same design, but not philosophical, resources. In 1884, Liberty & Co. hired Edward William Godwin, an architect and proponent of Aesthetic dress and dress reform, to head their new costume department. This tea gown, with its light corseting and bustle is a more fashionable adaptation of the Aesthetic style. An unusually early, and quite beautiful, example of Liberty clothing, it is executed in the company’s distinctive light and supple silks. With its simple adornment and pale colors, it stands in marked contrast to the heavily embellished, confining, vividly colored costumes of the day. This style of dress became particularly popular as at-home wear because it was both comfortable and appropriate for greeting visitors.
Source

tiny-librarian:

Artistic dress had its roots in mid-Victorian England, where Pre-Raphaelite artists, with their love of things medieval, and disdain of industrialized society, revived a version of the loose fitting, relatively plain gowns of that time. Its successor, Aesthetic dress, drew from the same design, but not philosophical, resources. In 1884, Liberty & Co. hired Edward William Godwin, an architect and proponent of Aesthetic dress and dress reform, to head their new costume department. This tea gown, with its light corseting and bustle is a more fashionable adaptation of the Aesthetic style. An unusually early, and quite beautiful, example of Liberty clothing, it is executed in the company’s distinctive light and supple silks. With its simple adornment and pale colors, it stands in marked contrast to the heavily embellished, confining, vividly colored costumes of the day. This style of dress became particularly popular as at-home wear because it was both comfortable and appropriate for greeting visitors.

Source

(via labelleotero)

(via rosecarousel)

brudesworld:

Le visionnaire by Serafino Macchiati, 1904

brudesworld:

Le visionnaire by Serafino Macchiati, 1904

(via labelleotero)