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Light blue silk evening dress with applied lace and ribbons, Callot Soeurs, ca. 1906. Probably from the Fashion Museum, Bath. Top photo: Becky Pitzer/Flickr. Bottom: Eileen Bloom/Flickr

Light blue silk evening dress with applied lace and ribbons, Callot Soeurs, ca. From the Fashion Museum, Bath. (Our group saw this on the 2009 tour.

These delicious pretzel bites are surrounded in a bed of chocolate and topped with a cute little heart, making them great edible Valentine’s for kids and adults. One recipe makes 48 squares, so this is a great treat if you need to make a lot of goodies for a party or classroom.

These delicious pretzel bites are surrounded in a bed of chocolate and topped with a cute little heart, making them great edible Valentine’s for kids and adults. One recipe makes 48 squares, so this is a great treat if you need to make a lot of goodies fo

Reproduction - Blue Cotton Walking Suit Of Jacket And Skirt With Detail Of Venetian Point Lace And Glass Beads c.1890-1893

If I ever create a outfit, this is what I'd use as my inspiration. Blue Cotton Walking Suit Of Jacket And Skirt With Detail Of Venetian Point Lace And Glass Beads - ANTIcostume Not actually vintage.

Victorian gown reproduction from 1873, silk and beetle wing embroidery. Costume made by Angela Mombers, picture by Henk van Rijssen

A more modest top and this dress would be perfect! Victorian gown reproduction from silk and beetle wing embroidery. Costume made by Angela Mombers, picture by Henk van Rijssen

Unicorn Drip Cake with Meringue Wings

My version of the ever so popular Unicorn cake with meringue kisses and MERINGUE WINGS! White chocolate drip painted in gold luster. Cake is 4 layers of unicorn swirl and iced in buttercream. BTW- I made this cake just for fun but it sold the next.

Ball gown, by G. and E. Spitzer (Austrian), about 1900, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. This expensive fabric was produced in Lyon, France. The elaborate surface decoration was achieved by a combination of printed warps (chiné), woven bows and swags, and then the fabric was finished with a watered silk (moiré) effect. This gown was worn by India Harris, wife of Addison C. Harris, Ambassador to Austria from 1899 to 1901.

Ball gown, by G. Spitzer (Austrian), about This gown was worn by India Harris, wife of Addison C. Harris, Ambassador to Austria from 1899 to