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I've never seen a full back in that style. My buckle-backs are actually thrift store finds so they were pure luck. The only thing I can suggest is...
Here's one from a couple of years ago
I've been wearing modern Ronsirs for tha past 3 years and have always been disappointed in their flimsiness. I keep my eyes open for a suitable...
And Toronto would be lovely if it weren't for all the Torontonians?:p
Great post, thanks!
Now you have me intrigued...what do you recommend instead?
For period fonts that are not display fonts you can download the free fonts from here (the "Oldstyle" family is taken from a 30s linotype...
Yup, Tony's the guy!! He looked after my order, too!
My husband has more than once referred to this forum as my "vintage porn" -- perhaps he's not far off!!!;)
That was my introduction to them, too! I've been wearing them ever since!
gorgeous, but now I have the song "My Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown" running through my head!!
Still from the movie "Possessed"
'Phone and ask the hostess (that's what the old etiquette books say to do)
That was my thought, too! A patterned shirt would spice things up just a bit (and perhaps a pocket square with a pattern)
Wearing a boater gets me mostly comments on barbershop quartets; although I have received one that I looked like I should break into a tap dance...
As well you should!!!!:eusa_clap