Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Gibson girl Dancer part 1

Dancer Nitely, who so much helps me with idea's and findings for the blog, weared this Victorian undergarment and i loved it immediately. I begged her to pose for me. And she liked to do that. We talked about it and Dancer showed me the Gibson girl on Google. And yes she is like that with this hair and this look. I added a picture so you can compare. Or you can google more pictures.
The Gibson girl began appearing in the 1890s and was the personification of the feminine ideal of beauty, portrayed by the satirical pen-and-ink illustrations of illustrator Charles Dana Gibson during a 20-year period that spanned the late nineteenth and early twentieth century in the United States and Canada. The artist saw his creation as representing the composite of "thousands of American girls."
As Dancer said: "I love those drawings, and how the female ideal keeps changing. Years later, it's the flapper girl, who is totally different".(1920)
Tomorrow part 2.

Undergarment: -=Brain Circuit Inc=- -  -=Brain Circuit Inc=- Victorian Undergarments sand and pearl color ( free/MM)
Hair: A&A -  A&A Raissa Hair Copperblonde ( Dancer tinted a bit darker)
Hair: A&A - A&A Raissa Hair Blackberry
Glasses: Wight's Weird Widgets -  Eyeglasses Round w Nose Pads Clear (5ld)
Necklace: !TLB - !TLB - Creepy Girl Choker/Freebie (free)
Boots: Baby Monkey: -BM Epoque Boots All Colours with colour change HUD
Hat on last picture: [noctis] (till 1 augustus)- [noctis] Patriot's Hats FREE (free)
Skin:   7 Deadly s{K}ins - 2000+ group member gift skin ( free/ old but often such sorts available)
Pictures made at: Angel Manor Estate

Bye bye, Nic

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