Whoot Whoot! It snowed today!! Lots!! It's all melted now, but it stayed around long enough for my fabulous Mama to take some photos of me at the Boise Train Depot! I had wanted to wait until it snowed for the photo shoot of my 1916 red wool outfit (made using Wearing History's 1910s Jacket pattern) as I thought it would be the perfect backdrop and contrast for the red and black and ivory. We were already going to The Bishop's House for one of their Victorian Parlours, so we just left early and stopped at the depot on the way! I'm so happy we did!!
I can't express just how much I LOVE LOVE LOVE the pattern for this jacket! AND the jacket itself! It is so beyond fabulous, and in this case warm! And fun to wear! This year's fashion is so very fun! Not over the top, crazy fluffy, but still girly!
I really like the pleated collar on this jacket.
The snow was PERFECT snowball making texture!! OHMYGOSH! I wish my boys had been here...I would have dominated a snowball fight!!!
Rock and Fire!!!
You can see my fun black and ivory stripe petticoat in this picture! It is such a fun petti!
Hahahaha!! It's hard to pose in a snowball throwing pose, so I slow-mo threw it at Mom...it landed right under her skirt! hahahahahaa!!!
I love everything about this jacket. I am so needing to make about 10 more!
Lamp Post picture!!
I had to take some pictures of Mom. She didn't want any taken, but I got my way! The blue of her dress contrasted perfectly with the snow!
My beautiful Mama in her brand new tiara! Isn't it awesome!!
Now to The Bishop's House! We had a really lovely time!
My Mama and me! How I love this grand lady!!!
I hope you all have a marvelous rest of you week!
Be Blessed my friends!