Sunday, November 17, 2013
I recently collaborated with Naomi of Arthelia's Attic on a sweet crocheted purse and turban set that will be listed shortly in her Etsy shop. Naomi makes top-notch snoods (the very best, in my opinion), but she also does an amazing job with her other creations too! I had been wanting a red, white, and blue purse for awhile, and when I came across this 1940s pattern, I knew it would be perfect. And although I don't wear hats often, I couldn't resist having the matching turban made!
Naomi did a wonderful job, choosing just the right shades of yarn and adding a fun coordinating lining (a splashy patriotic star print.) I found a lot of carved Lucite zipper pulls on eBay, and had her add one to this purse.
This shoot was inspired by Hedy Lamarr--the photos were taken by the amazing Doug Monce, who always does an incredible job of capturing that old Hollywood look.
Posted by Jitterbugdoll at 10:32 PM
Labels: 1940s fashion, Arthelia's Attic, Atomic Age Pictures
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wow, I don´t think this quite often, but this really looks authentic! Have a great warm glam winter time with your lovely turban! xxxReplyDelete
I saw those pictures on Naomi's FB page and loved them so much, they are just perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful set!!! It really does look period and the photos are wonderful!ReplyDelete
Show-stoppingly beautiful set and photo shoot!ReplyDelete
Dazzling! You don't post often, and when you do, it's a real treat.ReplyDelete
I straightly saw Hedy LaMarr on the first picture ! So Well done all the Team, great job !ReplyDelete