Quite a few dubloons
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Quite a few dubloons

It’s quite sad that a good 80% of my appreciation for art, film, and culture in general always comes back to “Yeah, but what are they wearing?” Having said that, looking at the works of artists like Gainsborough and van Dyck makes me want to dress like a 17th century Lord Sir Duke Marquis de Kerfuffleplump.

Gainsborough, van Dyck, van Dyck. The dudes in the last painting are wearing wedge-heeled boots with the tops folded down…very Vivienne Westwood!

I am now officially on the hunt for silk pantaloons and a matching cape.

Until then…

Vintage jacket, shoes, and earrings, Forever21 trousers, thrifted blouse and belt

Haveth thine self a bonny week-end, madame gentlewoman!

With love,

Little Lady Fauntleroy

  • Charlene

    February 25, 2011 at 11:28 am

    Gotta love the art history inspired outfit! and who doesn’t need a new pair of silk pantaloons?

    That gold looks so lustrous next to the black. And the little bow! I love it. 🙂

  • JY

    April 3, 2011 at 6:31 am

    Adorable! I wish I could pull that off x