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Mrs. Abraham Darby...

little bud…

apricot rose…

inside wonderful Mrs. Darby…

tiny young bud…

well, …she’s the last bloomer within this 2016th generation…


Bit of a Bloomer?

This week’s mystery man has a name to conjour with.

The name on the Lych Gate is Bloomer, R C.  He appears to be recorded on the Commonwealth War Graves site as Ronald Charles Bloomer. 70 more words

July 23, 1851: Mr. Blackwell Does Not Approve

In 1840s and 50s New England, both the women’s suffrage and temperance movements were heating up. The convention held at Seneca Falls in 1848 to discuss “the social, civil, and religious condition and rights of woman” was a revolutionary beginning in the struggle by women for complete equality with men. 326 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Belts on the Twenties?

So, the other day I went to a Vintage Fair in Leicester and had my doubts on 4 stunning waist belts I found. They were dated 1920s, remember I did my dissertation on Feminist Fashion? 309 more words


No Such Thing As Bad Weather

As February is now over it seems like an appropriate time for an update on some New Year’s Resolutions of mine. My main goal was (and is) to have more experiences than things.   618 more words


Fashion Moments - Bloomers

Welcome to my weekly fashion blog post. Each week I will discuss a female garment, fashion trend or influencer from the age of photography (1840s through the 20th century). 718 more words