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    Practically Family Gene's Avatar
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    A vision as always, Miss Tuppence

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    Miss Tuppence, you look like you were coming straight from the 30s!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Tuppence View Post
    Oh and Sproily, I'm rather envious of your Jacket! Is it original?
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    Lovely as always, Miss Tuppence!

    I put together my very best vintage outfit effort for my last major swing dance at Penn State, before I graduate from my small college and leave the region. I even bought the tie that night, stopping by the lovely Rag and Bone Vintage shop. I racked up one compliment on the suit and two on the fedora. Quite a good night, even before counting the great band and wonderful social dancing crowd!



    '50s 3-piece suit from Hess's in Allentown, PA, with a '50s shirt that came with it; modern Croft & Borrow shoes, vintage tie, a thrift store silk pocket square, and new Belfry Andrew fedora. Felt like a million bucks, and comfortable enough to Lindy in!


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    Dungarees, an old mens t-shirt and a chiffon scarf over my curls.. oh and a whole lot of paint smudges! Been painting my front lounge the most perfect shade of matte teal. An added bonus is that the paint is called 'pencilskirt blue' from a new line of vintage colours.

    Obviously no pictures since being on a stepladder isn't exactly flattering or glamorous
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darhling View Post
    Dungarees, an old mens t-shirt and a chiffon scarf over my curls.. oh and a whole lot of paint smudges! Been painting my front lounge the most perfect shade of matte teal. An added bonus is that the paint is called 'pencilskirt blue' from a new line of vintage colours.

    Obviously no pictures since being on a stepladder isn't exactly flattering or glamorous
    I don't want to sound crude at all, but by the sounds of it, I would bet there are several unattached gentlemen on the forum who would love to see that particular picture!
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    Miss Tuppence, as seen in this week's episode of "All Creatures Wow and Hubba-Hubba."

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    Friday night, on my way out the the Candlelight Club which, in honour of the date, had a Golden Age of Ocean Travel theme:



    Saturday night, this time off to a friend's birthday party at Grind-a-go-go:



    And finally, last night, just in from Hula Boogie jive night (in the same tie):

    If in doubt - overdress.

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    Vintage Dunn & co jacket, 1950s deadstock tie by Vardoc, modern moleskin trousers, shoes by Joseph Cheaney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward View Post
    Friday night, on my way out the the Candlelight Club which, in honour of the date, had a Golden Age of Ocean Travel theme:

    Edward, is that one of the Ede & Ravenscroft blazers they were selling off a few months back?
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