In my last post I mentioned I scored some more 70s-does-Victorian blouses, and I couldn’t help wearing one of them when Patrick and I decided to go to Knott’s for dinner the other night at the last minute.
I’m all sorts of obsessed with this blouse – between it’s high collar and spectacular sleeves. I want five more just like it but in different colors. I’m sure some of you have multiple items in your closet like that too! I sure do.
Blouse: Buffalo Exchange
Gauchos: West of Texas, Redlands, California
Pressed Leather Wedges: Olvera Street, Los Angeles
Purse: I don’t remember…
Rings: Ortega’s Trading Post, San Juan Capistrano, California
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8 comments on “Christmas Gibson Girl”
Ever been to the Gibson Girl lounge in Salt Lake City’s Grand America Hotel?
No! I’ll have to check that out! Thank you!
Spectacular blouse! There’s something a bit festive about it too. We don’t hear much about the Victorian trend in the 70s, more blouses please!! X
I love this outfit – it is very impressive!
That is a really great blouse!
You did a great job at creating a vintage/victorian mix. I love the black skirt too.
Thank you! And they are gauchos actually! They are honestly the widest legged pants I have experienced, and insanely comfortable!