Today’s post is a little bit different but very exciting! I have been thinking about different ways to reach out and create a more interactive exchange between fashion enthusiasts. While I love reading other blogs and following individuals on Instagram, I couldn’t help but think about a place where all those who love historical fashion could interact with each other. Now, I know there are many groups out there for seamstresses, reenactors, etc. but very few where anyone who appreciates historical fashion in all its various forms can connect. Well, I plan to fix that today!
I have created a Facebook group entitled Inside Aimee’s Armoire which encourages anyone who loves and enjoys recreating or appreciating historical fashion on any level to share and be inspired. I’m talking jewelry makers, knitters, milliners, beauticians, seamstresses, hair stylist, footwear fanatics….the list can go on! If you love historical fashion than I want to connect with you and I’m sure there are many others out there who would love to as well!
Cover photo for the group Inside Aimee’s Armoire
Simply hop over to my Group Page and join!
Finished that carefully reproduced version of a 1880’s skirt?
Nailed the perfect 1930’s coifed bob?
Have the perfect tutorial for a vintage inspired makeup look?
Found an image of a gown that takes your breath away?
Ask and let us all help each other!!
So let’s build each other up and connect over our mutual love for historical fashion in whatever thread or avenue that speaks to you!!
See you over there! 🙂
Description of Group:
Inside Aimee’s Armoire is all about helping, sharing, and encouraging others in appreciation of historical/ vintage fashion. Share your favorite projects, inspiration photos, or tutorials all on fashion from the past! Topics can include: sewing, millinery, fashion plates, pattern design, knitting/crocheting, jewelry, beauty, and footwear.
Please be respectful to all members. Admin reserves the right to withdraw membership for inappropriate or disrespectful posts.