Now we’re talkin’! Setting the mood here for Cupid’s Day. Some are relatively demure, but all are beautiful nylon and silk sleepwear from a time when those things were really special.
Whether a young girl heading off to college, or a young woman on her honeymoon, one (or two) of these would surely be stowed in her luggage.
Madge likes that cute robe with the double button closure at the waist. It would work well over the little short-sleeved gown – perfect for dorm room dreams. As for the silk number in the center, well, it is Valentine’s Day so forget the robe . . . . . . . … . . ..
MORGANA MARTIN, THE MAGICVINTAGESPY
PRETTY IN PINK: 1930′S – 1940′S – 1950′S NIGHTWEAR FOR THE VINTAGE BOUDOIR – Magicvintagespy
These are just beautiful
Thank you so much. I LOVE IT when others are as enthusiastic as I am about my collection and thanks so much for saying so. Wait till you see the next bunch, later this week . . . . . . . . . . . .. Also, if you want to take time to search the archives, there have been others.
I happened to catch a comment you’d left on another blog (Frugoal), and in that comment you said that you loved vintage clothing. OH, so do I. And so I had to come check out your blog. I’m adding it to my watch list, and thanks for posting!
Fabulous! So glad to have you joining my fun!! Other vintage fashion lovers are such a treat for me to welcome on board and I hope you’ll continue to enjoy. Thanks so much.
PRETTY IN PINK: 1930’S – 1940’S – 1950’S NIGHTWEAR FOR THE VINTAGE BOUDOIR – Magicvintagespy