Was soooo happy to be at the Kelton House Saturday the 16th for their Roaring 20's evening!
I understand that the event raised at least $15,000 and I am happy I was a part of it! On the downside, I didn't get any shots worth sharing as my new camera's disk was full and I have yet to learn how to use it anyway, ha!
My friend who is the special events coordinator took shots with his friend Dee's camera, so I have a few to share here. Dee dressed up and played a 'Madame' role, so here I am with my 'Madame'!
I wore the 1920 evening frock from the French pattern I drafted and translated in 2007. It is two tones of 80%metal/20%silk blend with 1920's vintage metal lace on the entire bodice. I wore it because it was considered a 'scandlous' style that opened the door to shorter, handkerchief hems and open backs on frocks in the latter part of the 20's and early 30's. The fan is vintage osterich feather from Stockholm.