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7 comments:

  1. Hi there, just wondering where you got the shirt for Evelyn (the Mummy), or the brand name of the one you posted. Its a perfect shirt!

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    1. Hello Erica! I'm sorry to say I'm pretty sure I just searched "striped button front blouse" or something similar on google/pinterest until I saw one that worked! Sorry I can't be of any help :(

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  2. I am obsessed with Eve Arden's two beautiful brooches she wears in the film "Cover Girl" and am searching everywhere for them. I cannot get a close look at them but the top one looks like a koi fish and the bottom one looks like a goldfish. Do you know anything about them? I have looked at Eisenberg, Coro, Hattie Carnegie, etc...and just am stumped! I absolutely love the fashions and wish more women would wear them now! Thank you for your help!

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  3. Hello Bianca, I have a question for you regarding where you source your fabrics. I think you mention JoAnns a lot, which I know, but I am in love with a pattern you have which I can't quite catch where you got it from in the video you posted. It is a fabric with flowers and some of the flowers are dancers. Could you please give me an idea where I could find it or at least a similar pattern? Thank you so much!

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    1. Unfortunately I picked that fabric up from a discount table of a local shop here in the Denver Metro area called Colorado Fabrics several years ago, so I am not sure where else something similar may be available :(

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  4. Hello Bianca! I adore your videos! I was wondering what you'd recommend for a vintage archaeologist style? I love adventure style, but would it look the same for an archaeologist? Thanks!

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    1. Thank you! I would say adventure style certainly encompasses archaeologist style, though my own looks tend to be a bit more "seeking funding for new expedition with patrons at luncheon" than "in the field" myself. I have a pinterest board for adventure style in general, and probably the more practical of those looks (jodhpurs/trousers etc.) would be very vintage archaeologist appropriate! https://www.pinterest.com/bmesposito/adventure-style/

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