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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Just To Cheer You All Up

 I don't know why, but when I'm looking at these dresses I feel happy (no affiliate, don't get paid anything for promotion, just found their site yesterday by chance).

May be we should return to dressing like this, at least on Sundays?

9 comments:

  1. Yes, we should bring a return to dressing like this. I've been tired of the fashion industry for well over a decade; all they have done is wreck what is beautiful and tasteful.

    These dresses are the kind of dresses that deserve pins when I browse through Pinterest.

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  2. Before corona started, we used to go to many reenactment/fantasy events. Now with the restrictions supposedly easing over summer, I'm seriously thinking about buying one of those and wearing at some festival. The cheapest dress is quite affordable (92$) and comes in several colours.

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  3. I am a medieval geek and Ive been wearing (simple) dresses like these for over 10 years. I bought a simple linen dress and simple woollen long cape with a hood in Olde Hansa - a medieval restaurant and shoppe in Tallinn, Estonia (unfortunately they don't carry clothing anymore) and then used the dress to make a pattern that fits me perfectly (wihout ruining the dress). Over the years I have sewed at least 7 dresses for myself, including one of thick wool with fur trim around the neck. Linen is absolutely the best fabric there is (for me, at least) The modern clothing/fashion has been so depressing for at least 25 years, so I stop trying to fit in looong ago. So far I have not been able to order from Armstreet, but perhaps some day! Btw. Armstreet has also .de page...

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  4. Thanks, Miriam, that's very interesting, shipping from Germany must be cheaper than from the USA, so I'll check it!
    BTW, how do people around react to your "historical" dresses? I think we are so much accustomed to weird style nowadays, that most probably won't notice at all. Unfortunately, my husband simply hates long dresses:) Except for costume occasions, of course.

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  5. The Finns are very reserved and keep their thoughts to themselves, so they don't really ''react''. In Estonia there is old/historic/Medieval buildings/interests everywhere so I fit right in, at least that's how I feel and have felt :-)

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  6. Miriam, it's nice to know! Here people mostly have an opinion about everything which they are glad to share:) But long dresses have been in fashion for some time already.

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  7. Would love to see ladies dressed thus. :)

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