Sunday 1 January 2012

Happy New Year!

Hello lovelies, hope you have all had a wonderful start to the New Year, wow 2012, why aren't cars able to fly yet? But seriously, I want to thank all my lovely readers for your support and encouragement, with my lil' blog. This year I want a silver gown a la Crawford and a swan bed a la West.

Images via tumblr.



  1. Happy New Year lovely Hannah! These pictures are amazing and oh my how much do I want a swan bed too! Your blog has honestly been a highlight of my blogging life in 2011, it's so nice to meet someone with so many of the same interests. Can't wait for more Leopard and Lipstick in 2012.
    Kelly-Marie xx

  2. I love your blog and I wish the best for it this year! I giggled a little when you mentioned the flying cars! :)

  3. droolsville! these images are grand! Happy New Year!

  4. Wow that swan bed is impressive! I wish you a very Happy New Year! :)

  5. Kelly Marie: Thank you my gorgeous! it is really pretty darn cool how many things we like that are the same, I look forward to your blog too, your ensembles always inspire as do your displays at work! x

    Young Vintage Girl: Oh thank you that is so sweet of you to say, hah I am glad someone found it amusing x

    Baroness: Thank you, anytime I see images of gorgeous dolls from the 1930s I think of you!

    Dial V: It's amazing isn't it!

  6. Loving the fabulous photos and I am going to hold you to that wish list. I'd love for you to find a swan bed! Happy New Year!

  7. Fark Joan Crawford was gorgeous!!!
    Yes indeedy,why can't we have flying cars?!How brillant that would be.In fact,I'm up for time travel and teletrasnportation!!NOW!

  8. Great pictures. I've never really thought Joan to be a great beauty, but these say otherwise!

  9. Lauren: I may have to do a doll version of the bed, as I don't think I have the budget for it at the moment aha.

    Helga: She was a total stunner before she got too heavy handed with the eyebrow and lipstick. Yeah flying cars would solve congestion on the ground at least.

    Lady Cherry: Oh she definitely was, especially in the 30s.

    Heather: Think we need to create some kind of demand for one to be made!