Independence Day

Without getting too political, the last couple days have been rough, culminating in yesterday, with Independence Day. I’ve been getting back in touch with my love of the American Revolution, and recently took a quick visit to the replica of Independence Hall at Knott’s Berry Farm. Some of you may recall my visit last July, well, I had so much fun with that, I decided I wanted to have a tradition of doing 70s (because the fashion that emerged during the Bicentennial was amazing) inspired patriotic outfits and shooting them there around this time every year.

To learn more about Knott’s replica of Independence Hall, please check out my first post on it here. If you are in the Southern California area, I highly recommend visiting this unique attraction. It’s free to visit, and is open every day (except Christmas Day), from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

I hope all of my American readers had a wonderful and safe Independence Day!

Outfit
Dress: Red Light, Portland, Oregon
Shoes: Buffalo Exchange
Necklace: Junk 4 Joy, Burbank, California
Bracelet: Flea market

5 thoughts on “Independence Day

  1. Wow, Janey, this is an exceptional portrayal of the era, posing, attire, backdrop – all superbly replicated. Well done as always.

  2. My aunt gave me some of her 70s dresses similar to the one you’re wearing, though definitely not as cool, and it took me many years to appreciate them as I should. Seeing your pictures is inspiring and reignites my enthusiasm for those dresses!

  3. Gorgeous outfit, you really pull off 70s well 🙂 Really interesting reading about the hall in your other post too.

  4. Another awesome post on Independence Hall! I wish I lived near by…from your posts Knott’s Berry Farm looks like a great place to visit and so much to do. 🙂 🙂 Nice change to see a 1970s outfit too.

    Best wishes, Dee

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