All Dressed in White

"Ladies and Gentlemen...allow me to introduce to all...the first lady of our little town...

Miss Lucy Louise Snodgrass, great-great-great granddaughter of the illustrious General Sherman J. P. Smut, who, as the story goes, single handed rode across the county on his trusty stallion 'Takmystnd',
announcing the arrival of the scallywag pirates when they landed on the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.   

Miss Lucy Louise is resident of Whackahatchee.

Most days you can find her walking the banks of the Whackahatchee River looking for the return of her fiancee, Commodore Winfield Julius Caddell, known for his sailing exploits around Madagascar!

Oh the pearls, pearls and more pearls... Commodore Caddell always brings home to his lovely bride-to-be, strings and strings of pearls!  Miss Lucy Louise never leaves home without at least five strands of the lovely gemstones!

Today she is dressed in vintage clothing...

with lovely lace...

and flowers for the lovely lady...

Miss Lucy Louise Snodgrass will wait for her dance card to be filled by none other than her handsome Commodore!

And then they will dance the night away at the ball hosted by..."

I hope you've enjoyed my little story!  It is a vintage dress form I found at an estate sale many years ago!  The vintage clothing came with it!  The skirt, top and jacket are a little tattered and worn but I love the look!

The pearls that Miss Lucy Louise is wearing came from estate and consignment sales.  That's one of my weaknesses...love the jewelry!!

Allow me to share more jewelry that I thought about using on the dress form but didn't!
(I know, silly me!)

This set was given to me by my aunt's best friend.  I was so thrilled to receive it even though at the time I really had no idea what it was!

My Eisenberg Jewelry has appreciated in value!  I wear the brooch often.  I've worn it on sweaters, scarves, hats, shirts...anywhere I can add a little bling!  I plan to pass the set down to the next fashion queen!!

"Eisenberg originally produced clothing at its beginning in 1914. Eisenberg began to market its jewelry around 1930. In 1958, Eisenberg began production of jewelry exclusively and abandoned its clothing line. In 1977, Eisenberg became a part of Berns-Friedman. Early Eisenberg jewelry was not marked. From late 1943 unitl mid 1948, the company used sterling silver. Sterling pieces are highly collectible, especially the figurals."

So today I'm sharing my dress form, vintage clothing, pearls and rhinestones!  Here are the parties I am attending...I hope you will visit with these wonderful folks too!!

The Polka Dot Closet
 Faded Charm
A Southern Daydreamer
Savvy Southern Style
No Minimalist Here

But the best of all I'm sharing today is the view I leave with you to brighten your day ...

See ya down the junkin' road!!



Angela said...

So pretty!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh goodness that is the best story of all. We will all be honored to have someone of such great importance as Miss Snodgrass attend the dress form ball, why her jewels alone will be the envy of all in attendance. We are so anxious to meet your Commodore, I am sure he will have to fight off all of the other suiters!!
I am honored!


Sandy said...

Love your story... Miss Lucy Louise is stunning as she stands on the dock of the bay. Her jewels are to be admired....ohh such bling. Lovely
xoso Sandy

Mari said...

Woweeee she is a beautiy, love her pearls, a lady could never have enough of them.....


~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
I love your story!! The Vintage Dress is Gorgeous.I love coming over to see you sweet lady.
I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my Valentine's Day Tablescape so sweet of you.
I hope you have a wonderful week with your family.
XXOO Diane

Kathy said...

Tell us more, I can only imagine. The story is wonderful and even greater dress form all decked out. Thanks for sharing. Drop by my blog for a Giveaway. Kathy


Shanon at Vintage Sparkle Chic said...

Love your story.
What a gorgeous setting for a beautiful lady :)
Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog, I am now following you on the new linky tool and on google.


victoriantailor said...

Fun story,love the white lady and those pearls!

Tire Swing Mom said...

What a cute story! And I love the lace dress. Wish my guy always brought me pearls. :)

Terri said...

Love the post, the story, all those pearls and the info on the jewelry...Hope y'all have fun at the ball!!!TFS!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Such a delightful post about a beautiful Lady!! She is lovely!


Cindy said...

Adorable! Love the jewelry! XO Cindy

Linda (Nina's Nest) said...

Sweet and facy post. Beautiful pearls! Linda

Stuff and Nonsense said...

thanks for following on LF

i'm already a follower!


Renewed Upon a Dream said...

I love pearls! Those are beautiful!!!