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The quintessential Midi dress

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”–Leonardo da Vinci 

Ever since becoming parents, the hubby and I rarely get to spend time alone with each other. So, when the opportunity presented suddenly couple of weeks ago I was both excited and overwhelmed. 405 more words


Bloomers! #NANWRIMO Day 19 :)

I’ve been having a lot of thoughts today that most of you have already had.  Most of my thoughts centered around the idea that its hard to write on this schedule (no kidding) instead of just writing when you feel inspired.   1,861 more words


Paris: Up, Up and Away with the Angels

By Theadora Brack

“Yoo-hoo!” as my Aunt Doris liked to say. Trekking to Paris during the months of December or January? Mad about shopping sprees? This post is for you. 816 more words

Theadora Brack

Fashion in the Renaissance Period

As we’ve known and often experienced with time that fashion is usually set by the influential of the society- things weren’t much different in the Renaissance period. 565 more words


Photographer recreates comic book heroes in 16th century fashion.

French photographer Sacha Goldberger created one of the most delightful series of photos ever, called Super Flanands, or “Super Flemish,” of popular comic book heroes reimagined in the 16th century. 48 more words

Costume Diaries

Today I am going to discuss about costumes of a popular history based movie‘Elizabeth: The Golden AgeThe movie starred Cate Blancett as a protagonist and it was directed by Shekhar Kapur. 501 more words

FlashBak: Historical Photographer - Adolph de Meyer

FlashBak: Historical Fashion Photographer – Adolph de Meyer

Occasionally I am going to discuss and show the works of historical fashion photographers.  That is what FlashBak is, a look into the life and works of a historical and influential fashion photographer! 770 more words