Can this be me? Please?
This post was written by Lindy Shopper.
Here we have yet another example of the UK absolutely killing the reproduction clothing market: The Seamstress of BloomsburyThe Seamstress of Bloomsbury, a clothing line of revived reproductions from and inspired by a woman who bore this nickname, Lillian Wells, who was seamstress to aristocratic families around the world. The focus here is on 1940’s frocks and they’ve pretty much nailed everything down to the prints (which I find can be the hardest thing to get right, perhaps leaning toward the kitschy rather than fun and artful).
I am presently salivating over everything in the Seaside print and, with these reasonable prices, an order is inevitable…here are some of my favorites from the shop:
Clara dress and bolero (and matching belt!) in the Seaside print – basically dying over here from the adorableness…
Barbara wrap dress with slight ruffle in a navy blue print with little dogs – subtle, fun, classy, and I love the placement of the ruffle just slightly off the neckline.
Because who doesn’t need a pair of black and white polka dot crepe de chine rayon wide leg 40’s trousers?
This needs no explanation, other than if you don’t dig pants, it also comes as a dress. CLASSY CLASSY CLASSY
The Pearl Jacket – quintessentially 1940’s
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