The Paris Wife

I just finished reading The Paris Wife by Paula McLain, and I loved it. The 1920's seems like such a glamourous period in history, especially Paris. I thought the book painted a beautiful and tragic love story between two people who couldn't make their marriage last, despite being madly in love with one another.

1920's fashion seems to be peeking through in a lot of places these days. From frilly blouses, to lots of beading, to mid-calf length skirts, it's all very vintage inspired. I love this image of a page from McCalls magazine in 1920.

from Pinterest
These images are from Ralph Lauren's Spring 2012 collection.
from Style.com
from Style.com
I love the muted yellow colour of this dress, and the beading is absolutely gorgeous.
from Asos.com
Ruche has a lot of great dresses, which are much more affordable that the runway looks. I like the look of the paler pastels, but I'm also drawn to bright spring colours like the coral/red dress below.


Sean Marie said...

That coral dress is beautiful!

Sunny & Star said...

Ralph Lauren's collection is stunning and I love that ASOS dress.

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Jenevieve said...

I have always been a fan of 20's style, and I've been excited to see a nod to it this spring!

The Paris Wife has been on my reading list...it might have to be next!

Tami Jackson said...

Love the coral dress! beautiful beading on the dresses:) great pictures. Believe you really captured the 20's! Thanks for sharing:)
XO Tami