March is all about green in my opinion. It represents life, regrowth, and, of course, shamrock shakes from McDonalds. And even though I currently find myself engulfed in a rather large snow storm, I am all about any signs of green and spring!
So here are my five favorite things for March!!
I adore the light green color of this 1920’s gown. Everything about it is elegant and simple. Even the belt is perfectly place!
1920’s Green Dress – Ensemble by Paul Poiret (French, Paris 1879–1944 Paris) Date: 1925–26
Spring flowers belong in a spring vase. And this pitcher from Joann Fabrics is perfect!
If Dorothy had a emerald option in addition to her ruby slippers, I am most certain these beauties would be it!!
Two things about this painting strike me. One, I love the unique color of green in the gown. Second, I adore anything that uses the color combinations of green and pink. Lovely!
Portrait of Juliane Fürstin zu Schaumburg-Lippe c.1781 by Johann Heinrich Tischbein the Elder
If you are looking for the perfect vintage green fabric for your next project, I love this one from Reproduction Fabrics. Sweet and charming!