A great big thank you to Natalie Garbett at Historical Clothing and Uniforms for the Liebster Blog Award! I came across Natalie’s blog a few years back and always look forward to reading her posts about the world of historical clothing.
And now without further ado, I will share with you five of my favorite “under 200 followers” blogs!
The Lady’s Resource CDV: A great resource for all things Carte de Visite! Beautifully organized by gender, age, and clothing type. Primarily mid 19th century CDV’s.
Duchess Trading: Gorgeous and expressive paintings centered around historical clothing. Oh, and did I mention she makes (and remakes) all the historical attire herself?
Hidden Meadow Farm: Because life is not always about historical clothing. Or us. Images that inspire.
Marmeecraft: Super fun, whimsical artwork about historically inspired forest creatures and maidens. The blog that first introduced me to the blogging world.
Jenny LaFleur:Jenny has a gorgeous aesthetic. All her gowns ooze Diva.Originally a LiveJournal blogger,Jenny has hopped over to Blogspot too. I came across her website several years ago and love to follow her historical clothing travels and adventures.
Thanks bunches for your kindness! Your blog is SO lovely!! I have been wanting to do some more period sewing after a wee break from sewing in general after having my daughter…..this is just the inspiration that I need!! Thank you ever so much!! Happy Spring!!
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