Monday, November 21, 2011

Downton Abbey Update


Today's shop update is inspired by that lovely show called Downton Abbey. I haven't seen the second season yet, have you? I hope to get to it next month. In the meantime, here are some period pieces I've been gathering with Lady Mary, Edith, etc. in mind. Oh and do you notice the rogue bead in the purse photo below? I didn't notice it until I was editing the photos! I think it is pretty funny.


8 comments:

Karen/Small Earth Vintage said...

Perfectly Downton! I have been re-watching the first season, I liked it so much. I don't think I'll be able to see the new season until it shows here on PBS in January--I'm dying to see it!

Anne said...

This collection is KILLING ME! In December I have a ban on buying for myself. You are seriously testing that now.

No Carnations said...

I believe number five is my favorite above, but the Dowager (Maggie Smith) is my favorite on the show. She always has the perfect pause in her way of speech that adds so much to her character. Love this post!

steph.kelley said...

What a lovely idea. I adore Downton Abbey; can't wait for the second season in January. (Those clever Brits get to see it in December, lucky dogs!) XOXO

Liane said...

Blue and silver is one of my favorite jewelry combinations. These are stunning! I recall seeing something similar to that faux camphor necklace on Three Graces. So intricately pretty.

I have not watched all of the first season of Downton Abbey yet. My sister and I caught the end of a marathon on TV. I think she saw the last four and I saw the last two. We were intrigued. I had to buy the DVD set. Maybe there'll be some viewing over the holidays.

lauren said...

oh. the barrette.
oh that barrette.

Teresa said...

Gorgeous! So perfectly Downton!
I have seen the second season and you will not be disappointed when you see it! I can't wait for the third season. :)

SewSweetStitches said...

Perfect picks! I loooove that show, can't wait to see the second season! I foresee it becoming a weekly staple in our household, like the long version of Pride & Prejudice- always on in the background :)

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