Friday, August 19, 2011

"Midnight in Paris" Inspired Fashion

About a month ago I saw the movie Midnight in Paris. It was a great movie, and although I don't want to give away too much information about it(in case someone is planning to see it), I will say, that during the movie you will see some things that involve the 1920's, including fashion. So anyway, while watching the movie I got to really appreciate some of the 1920's fashion, that you get to see. Flapper dresses, t-strap shoes, lots of embellished accessories, and all the other beautiful things from that time. I even got to learn a little history about the artists, of all kinds, from that era.

Later that night, I knew I would eventually do a post on the fashion from that movie, but I'm just now getting around to it. So I have a little set for you guys, that shows a view pictures from the movie and an outfit I created that was inspired by "Midnight in Paris" and the just by the 1920's in general. And sorry this set is a little sloppy looking, I just wanted to make sure the pictures were showcased too.
Midnight In Paris: 20's Inspired Outfit

Crinkle dress
£4.99 -

Prada crystal clutch
£1,150 -

Valentino pearl chain necklace
$545 -

Monsoon feather hair accessory
£18 -

On another note- I know I've mentioned this before, (when I first added it, in the "Polyvore Stuff" post) but I just want to bring up again: if you scroll down to the weeeeeeeee bottom of the page, their is a Polyvore Mini Editor, that I've added to the page. It's just like a mini version of Polyvore, where you all can make sets(like I do ;D), with the items that I have added to the Mini Editor. I would love to see the work you guys can do, and outfits you all would make! I've already made two little sets on there, so you can check them out by clicking the "Gallery" button at the top of the editor. So everyone, get those fashion brains going and make some outfits on my Mini Editor! :)


  1. Such beautiful inspiration girl.

    Following you now too doll.

    <3 Marina

  2. Will definetley try the navy/gold combination. This blog looks amaaaazing, btw! I love fashion! Probably not as good as you are as it though, I confess!
    Keep doing what you're doing.

  3. Thank you so much for your great feedback! I glad I could inspire you to try out that color combo!!
    Oh, and I loved your blog!!


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