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21 October 2011

In the 19th century...for an hour

Oh my, I realised I never shared with you these awesome pictures of me dressed up as a victorian lady from 19th century!! I made this photoshoot during a trip to Florida last year. There was this place where they would take pictures and make them look ancient. They had a set that looked like a 19th century house interior and they would give you the right dress and jewelry to wear, of course, I couldn't say no to the temptation of taking a photoshoot dressed up like an 19th century victorian lady! 


 They gave me this beautiful dress (that in reality was white with light blue little flowers), this awesome fancy hat which I would have loved to take home with me, a little fan, a pochette and a parasol! It was like a dream coming true for me. I felt like a princess!! :P


(sorry for bad quality..I do not own a scanner xD)

They took me 9 pictures and I could decide wheter i wanted them in colors, black and white, sepia or faded colors..I chose sepia because I love sepia toned pictures and the sepia tone fit the 18th century most! They also gave me 2 free wooden frames !

If I ever get the chance again I'll surely make another photoshoot..! Maybe as an 19th century bride! *-* 


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edit: forgive me..I wrote 18th instead of 19th! stupid me...xD I meant the period from 1800 to 1900, which includes the Victoria era..! [Thanks sgath92 for making me notice it ;)]
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