Sunday, May 7, 2017

THE COOPER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY AFTERNOON TEA

Just a few photos from an Afternoon Tea we
 attended today in Boonville at Turner Hall.
  This was presented by the Cooper County 
Historical Society and was called
 "The History of Fashion" presented 
by Carolyn Miller from Sedalia, Missouri:


Two friends went with my Husband and I - 
 Gina Broadus and also Mary Sandy.
My husband was one of the few
men but he didn't care!



Carolyn shared a wealth of information
on fashion from 1880 -  1970!



Can you imagine wearing 
this under your
garments?


9 comments:

Regina said...

I can't imagine wearing that thing as part of my undergarments😲It looks like a fun event. Have a blessed week!

Louise-Arden said...

The clothes are just beautiful, I can't imagine what the women went through back in the day. How beautiful they all were though.

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Such a great presentation! Carolyn really knows her fashion. I really enjoyed it! Thanks so much for inviting me!
Now I am ready to buy some vintage "pretty" clothing at our sales the next time we have some.
As usual, great photos! You need to be the photographer for a magazine!
Happy Monday to you Bernideen!

Margie said...

Good for your hubby for going with you to this fun tea event. My mom and I have dragged my dad to some tea events which he ended up enjoying. I just finished reading a book about what it's really like to live in the Victorian. The interesting book made me realize that I'm too fond of modern conveniences to live in the 19th century!

Deanna Rabe said...

That looks like a fun event! Good for your husband to go and not care about being only one of a few men! Tea is for everyone!

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Well now we know what a bustle looks like. That's what I'm assuming it is.

Marilyn Miller said...

How fun! I would love tea time and fashion together.

[email protected] Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a fun event, Bernideen, and how nice of your hubby to come along.

Curtains in My Tree said...

Oh I seen one of her displays at my daughter church once for a ladies afternoon brunch, she had all wedding dresses. I love seeing all her clothing etc
She is a very knowledgeable lady