Tuesday, September 20, 2011

o autumn

...laden with fruit, and stainèd
With the blood of the grape, pass not, but sit
Beneath my shady roof; there thou may’st rest,
And tune thy jolly voice to my fresh pipe,
And all the daughters of the year shall dance!
--William Blake, To Autumn


I know it's not officially autumn yet, but it sure feels like it is.  We've been experiencing misty mornings and cooler temperatures since September started, easily getting me in the mood to populate the shop with cozy items.  I'm with Blake: Welcome, autumn.  Come in and sit awhile.  Don't rush off!


1950s riot of flowers shirtwaist dress, by Virginia Reel.


Marled farmhouse and chickens sweater.


1980s abstract print dress with sash waist.


1960s mod celery green wool coat.


1950s sky blue dress.


Floral print bolero jacket.


1960s dragon print shift dress, by Mr. Paul.


1950s green and brown plaid wool knife-pleated skirt, by Ernest Donath.


1940s black crepe and lace dress, by Pickwick Fashions.


1950s white lace blouse.


1960s mod abstract print dress with Peter Pan collar.


1950s barkcloth fishing scenes blouse/jacket.


1950s russet brown print dress.


Lace and satin ribbon-trimmed pointelle sweater, by R&K.


Mod pink print dress with Peter Pan collar and rick rack trim.


Houndstooth weave cardigan, by Devon.


1940s floral print rayon dress.


Salmon pink short sleeved cardigan with white trim.


1960s camel and gray plaid dress.

xo
K

5 comments:

  1. Oh Karen, that celery green coat is perfection!

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  2. Ditto on the green coat and man that first dress is gorgeous! Love the sweater with the chickens too!

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  3. Beautiful! I'm loving the florals in your upadate and that farmhouse chickens sweater is all kinds of fab!

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  4. ooh, i love the lace and pointelle sweater!

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  5. I can't believe it's still summer--we're enjoying the most amazing weather right now, which is such a relief after days and days of 100+ degree temps! Let's hope we have a nice long period of great weather, because I'm not quite ready for winter!

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