June172013
November202012
November152012
adventures-of-the-blackgang:

I’ll reblog that for an upturned crate of tea, Alex…
feastingonroadkill:

George Cruikshank: ‘Liberty Suspended’ (1817)

adventures-of-the-blackgang:

I’ll reblog that for an upturned crate of tea, Alex…

feastingonroadkill:

George Cruikshank: ‘Liberty Suspended’ (1817)

November132012
November102012
November52012
fuckyeahtattoos:

One of my favorite fictional characters is The Scarlet Pimpernel. In the story, he’s an Englishman by the name of Sir Percival Blakeney, and he travels to France in disguise to save innocents from the guillotine during the French Revolution. He uses the moniker “The Scarlet Pimpernel,” because it is a common wayside flower, often overlooked as pretty but unimportant, when in actuality it is very hardy, and in some places considered a weed and nuisance. I’m a hopeless romantic at heart, so I love everything that Sir Percival Blakeney embodies in terms of romantic ideals. Also, I love the idea that when people see my tattoo, all they see is a pretty flower, failing to notice the hidden disguise.
Design is my own. Tattoo done at Jack Brown’s Tattoo Revival, Fredericksburg, VA.

fuckyeahtattoos:

One of my favorite fictional characters is The Scarlet Pimpernel. In the story, he’s an Englishman by the name of Sir Percival Blakeney, and he travels to France in disguise to save innocents from the guillotine during the French Revolution. He uses the moniker “The Scarlet Pimpernel,” because it is a common wayside flower, often overlooked as pretty but unimportant, when in actuality it is very hardy, and in some places considered a weed and nuisance. I’m a hopeless romantic at heart, so I love everything that Sir Percival Blakeney embodies in terms of romantic ideals. Also, I love the idea that when people see my tattoo, all they see is a pretty flower, failing to notice the hidden disguise.

Design is my own. Tattoo done at Jack Brown’s Tattoo Revival, Fredericksburg, VA.

November42012
November22012
fuckyeahregency:

yeoldefashion:

A very simple, yet quite elegant, evening dress made in Canada around 1810.

fuckyeahregency:

yeoldefashion:

A very simple, yet quite elegant, evening dress made in Canada around 1810.

November12012
yeoldefashion:

A lovely silk redingote made in the US circa 1815.

yeoldefashion:

A lovely silk redingote made in the US circa 1815.

October262012
damesalamode:

Le Beau Monde, 1807. 
I love that her hair ornament that matches the trim on the gown!

damesalamode:

Le Beau Monde, 1807. 

I love that her hair ornament that matches the trim on the gown!

October232012
October172012
ornamentedbeing:

Dress
The MetDate   1805–10Culture   FrenchMedium   silk

ornamentedbeing:

Dress

The Met
Date   1805–10
Culture   French
Medium   silk

(via lambandserpent)

October92012
October72012
damesalamode:

Ackermann’s Repository, Half Dress, November 1814. 
Green stripes!

damesalamode:

Ackermann’s Repository, Half Dress, November 1814. 

Green stripes!

October42012
fuckyeahregency:

defunctfashion:

Dress | c. 1810 | British

Perhaps the quintessential Regency gown.

fuckyeahregency:

defunctfashion:

Dress | c. 1810 | British

Perhaps the quintessential Regency gown.

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