If you follow my blog, you've probably gathered how much I love vintage photography. I get so excited when I discover (thanks to flavorwire) another vintage photographer. Jerome Liebling's photography is so captivating. To see more go here and here
All these fabulous prints
Images via: the terrier and lobster
I love this Lanvin wool felt cape, it's so presh. Who wore it better? It's pretty hard to decide, they both look ridiculously chic.
These were taken between 1907-1919. John B. Trevor was a lawyer and New York socialite. I love these images, it just amazes me to see colour photographs during this era, it makes it more realistic and relateable. I excitedly researched Autochromes because I honestly had no idea what it was, so thanks to Wikipedia ;
"The Autochrome Lumière is an early color photography process. Patented in 1903 by the Lumière brothers in France and first marketed in 1907, it was the principal color photography process in use before the advent of subtractive color film in the mid-1930s".
An unidentified family friend, 1914
Mrs Jonh B.Trevor, 1914
John B. Trevor Jnr, 1915
Emily Winthrop, 1910
John B. Trevor and Bronson Trevor, 1912
Caroline Trevor, 1910
Mrs. Lucius K. Wilmerding, 1916
Caroline Trevor (at their residence), 1919
Images via: flickr
I'm still into the pyjama trend, I love the print, colour as well as the coat hanging so beautifully over her shoulders. As a teacher working with 5-6 year olds, this pyjama ensemble would suit me just fine, comfortable yet majestically stylish.
Images via: stockholmstreetstyle
My goodness, yesterday I logged onto facebook and saw the delicious glory of Vamp clothing's new shoot, I got quite excited to say the least. If you're in Cape Town, check out their heavenly stock at Cloak and Dagger
I love these wide leg pants, spotted these over at net-a-porter.
Eight years ago, I found a vintage pair of those Ray Bans in my mom's wardrobe. I need to wear them more often.
Image via: the sartorialist
Steven Alan is the bomb diggidy shizz, I just love the simplicity of his clothes. Last year, I did a previous blog post on his Resort 2012 collection. So naturally, I just had to share his Spring 2012 lookbook with you too. Simply incredible
I love the girlishness of this collection.
Images via: flickr
The name is Romy Alfino, I reside in Cape Town, South Africa. This is a personal blog about fashion, vintage, art and photography. I share images for your visual pleasure
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