17 October 2009

Dream Costume

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Dear Halloween Fairy,

I can't even begin to tell you how long I've been searching for the perfect vintage majorette uniform. Yes, I know that is completely random, but it's true. I even have an email notification for every time some one lists "vintage majorette" on Ebay but have my heart broken every time because they're never quite perfect.

Long story short, it's been a long week and it would do wonders to wake up and find this under my pillow. Or under my tree? Or where ever you leave things? K? Thanks a million.

Love,
SJV

23 comments:

Bree said...

pretty!

caramelizedvintage said...

That vintage majorette dress is gorgeous! I think it is sweet you have been searching for a uniform like this.

Maybe you could start a little majorette fund! I bet if everyone chipped in some money you could have that dress! :}

Ashley said...

Lovely! I can totally imagine this as your style too!

Becca Jane said...

This is so so pretty!

gina said...

omg! I was a majorette in high school! Those were my school colors even, the green and white! Although my uniform did not look like this one.

Antonio Barros said...

This is so cute!

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Vintage Avocado said...

It's amazing!!
How do you think you would wear it?

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Hippie Frou Frou said...

that'd be such a fun costume, you can march around all night with knee highs on! perfect indeed

jess s//

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monica burnett said...

that is perfection! and somehow even the pit-stains add a magical element.

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electricat said...

awwwww,so cute and beautiful :)

Theresa said...

wow such a cute dress! i'd love to do/ see a ballet with the costume design as such!

(i dont have a blog, but love promoting my best friend's
http://mermaid085.blogspot.com/ which is how i found yours!)

Maria Elizabeth Hoesin said...

ah cute costume :) you'll be the queen at the party.

Little Rascal said...

I look every now and then for one too.
I used to be a majorette girl when I was younger.

amyyyyy. said...

That dress is the cutest! :)

xxxx

Shikin Hambali said...

Hi Sally,

Hope you'd have time to look at this. It's my inspired Looklet look of you :)

Shikin Hambali said...

LINK:

http://looklet.com/look/1157336

mariebelle said...

it's really cute!

LincolnTaft said...

lucky you. love the shoulder fridge.

Ivy Frozen said...

That is sweet. My mom used to be a baton twirler and even marched in a parade or two. That dress doesn't look too hard to make...

VestedBeeVintage said...

OMG what a lovely majorette uniform!! this so in... and chic!

Catherine Blair Pfander said...

Oooo, what a good idea! I like the one you've posted, although it could require six hours of bleaching to get rid of those serious pit stains.

xx cbp

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