Hello fellow Vintage fashion enthusiast!
I just can’t seem to shake the theme of feathers these days! With Thanksgiving being tomorrow! You are sure to have your pickings for a lovely Thanksgiving dinner wardrobe. The inspiration for this weeks Thanksgiving themed color pallet is “Cranberries!”
Wouldn’t you know, that while searching high and low for some more holiday inspiration? I came across this fabulous 1940′s rayon feathered print dress! And it has the exact color palette I was looking for, in it! Double whammy!
As I have said before, there is a way to get in the mood and spirit of the holiday in style without being over the top. This dress is just the perfect little hint of the holiday and touch of 1940′s classic style.
You can view and purchase this snappy little dress over at the fabulous Dorothea’s Closet Vintage shop!
So speaking of cranberries, how much more cranberry can you get than these pair of shoes! Not only are they completely 1940’s fabulous, but they also match the colors of the dress in perfect harmony. They remind me of the exact same color that those delicious bright cranberries look like, perfectly placed in a bowl, sitting on the Thanksgiving dinner table!
These divine shoes are located on Etsy seller Starlet Vintage’s page!
Oh wait! Did you think I was going to leave you without a lovely hat to match? Not this crazy hat lady, hat’s are a portrait of the 1940′s. So here is a swell one, sure to knock your 1940′s socks off and perfectly match your lovely cranberry colored feather dress and shoes!
Another hat on Etsy seller tammym1972′s site! She definitely has a store full of some amazing Vintage hats!
I would like to take this moment to reiterate the fact that. I realize not all of the items posted are available for everyone to purchase. Based on different size needs, prices, etc., but they can also be taken for pure styling inspiration and era research!
So, that’s all folks! three 1940′s glamour girl outfits, that keep you in full Thanksgiving inspiration and divinely fashioned. Who would have thought, that you could get so inspired for fashion using elements like feathers and food! Have I gotten anyone in the mood for Thanksgiving yet?
I hope everyone has a Happy Turkey Day!
Make sure to stop by and check out my own Vintage style blog located at www.goldengirlofthewest.blogspot.com! Our next theme for fashion inspiration is Christmas! I look forward to getting some lovely outfits in order……