Thursday, October 07, 2010

Oh la la!

Thank you thrift store Gods
for putting this scrumptious vintage prom dress on the Halloween rack.
Even though I have no clue what to do with it, there was no way I was leaving it behind.

It still has it's matching gloves!

14 comments:

  1. dreamy. totally dreamy. you lucky lucky girl.

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  2. Woohoo! Is that beautiful or what? And it still has the matching gloves, wow! What a find, Sarah. You really do get the neatest things. I am envious. lol Though I have to admit that going through the boxes in Mom's storage unit is almost like going to my own private flea market. It has been such hard work, but I have found some really cool items. We only have until tomorrow to empty the storage out and my house and patio are absolutely covered. (yikes!) As soon as I can slow down a bit, I am going to learn how to make a proper post with pictures and links etc. Perhaps I can share some of the lovely collections Mama has gotten over the years. That ought to make quite a few posts for a while. Anyway, I love that dress and can just imagine how lovely some young girl felt putting it on for her special day ;-) --Leslie

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  3. Amazing - but, yes, what will you do with it. Let us know when you decide!

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  4. What a beautiful dress what a great find! I bet you were thrilled! Hugs, Diane

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  5. ooooooo sooooo pretty!! wouldn't have left it either:)

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  6. that's beautiful! I have to admit, i'm more than a little jealous right now!

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  7. Hi Sarah,
    hope you and yours are doing well.
    What a treat to find such a sweet photo of a vintage prom dress and how wonderful that you rescued it! The gloves are dreamy..thanks for sharing!

    Hugs,
    Deanna :D

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  8. Anonymous3:41 PM

    Look on the Country Living site. They have a little girl's room that they hung some old prom style dresses on the wall and it is SO cute!
    What a lucky find!

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  9. Oooh, I'm thinking you could make something super fun for little Ms. Thing!!!

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  10. You shall frame it and hang it on Miss Thing's wall. When she is older, maybe she will be a vintage diva and wear it with great delight. I would!

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  11. It's luscious, and just the kind of thing I would want gracing the dress form I hope to find for my daughter one day!

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  12. GORGEOUS!! You're lucky I don't live closer, I would totally steal that. ;) LOVE the gloves!

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