An outfit that you own (or a photo of a favorite look) that exhibits your femininity (does not have to be a dress...be yourself!)
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So today, I am going to share with you my favorite pair of shoes
I found these shoes at no other than Payless Shoe Source. I needed some black "dressy" shoes for my husband's work's Christmas party. I had only white dressy sandals. I went to Kohl's, and couldn't find a pair of shoes that I liked for a price that I liked as well. :)
Payless was just a couple of stores down, so I checked in there, and these are what I found for $14. Gotta love Payless!
The reason these are my favorite shoes:
1. They make me feel feminine and pretty
2. They remind me of the Regency Fashion Period, which was known for it's beautiful gowns, and fashion for the ladies
An Antique Edwardian/Regency Era Shoe
3. They don't hurt! LOL!
4. They are versatile. They can be worn for something really fancy, or just to church on Sunday morning.
Since these shoes remind me of the Regency Fashion period, they always turn my thoughts to my favorite all time Movie, The A&E version of Pride and Prejudice, and my favorite one of my favorite Author's Jane Austen.
I love the British Regency Time period for it's Fashions and the customs of its day. Where ladies were ladies, and men were gentlemen. Here is what Wikipedia Says about the Regency Time Period:
The Regency period in the United Kingdom is the period between 1811 and 1820, when King George III was deemed unfit to rule and his son, later George IV, was instated to be his proxy as Prince Regent. The term is often expanded to apply to the years between 1795 and 1837, a time characterised by distinctive fashions, politics and culture. In this sense, it can be considered to be a transitional period between "Georgian" and "Victorian" eras. The era was distinctive for its architecture, literature, fashions, politics, and snuffboxes. It was a period of excess for the aristocracy: for example, it was during this time that the Prince Regent built the Brighton Pavilion. However, it was also an era of uncertainty caused by, among other things, the Napoleonic wars, periodic riots, and the concern — threat to some, hope to others — that the British people might imitate the upheavals of the French Revolution.
The term is sometimes used in various ways to include years surrounding the decade of the formal regency. If "Regency" is considered to be transitional between "Georgian" and "Victorian" then it would refer to the entire period from approximately 1811 until the accession of Queen Victoria, encompassing the actual period of Regency, along with George IV's reign in his own right and that of his brother William IV. If "Regency" is contrasted with "Eighteenth century", then it could include the whole period of the Napoleonic wars.
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