Embroidery Art Show with Annie Alonzi

  • 1920s floral tea party dress – from Uncommon Objects in Austin, Texas
  • Black tie as makeshift belt
  • 1940s black accordian pleated slip
  • two pink hair bows salvaged from a dry rot 1950s party dress
  • Victorian-esque hand brooch with colorful flowers – found in PDX
  • Black nylons
  • Black Mary Janes

IMG_5991Hello 1990s meets 1920s. The teen goth in me can’t help but mix black with florals. Hopefully that’s okay after Labor Day.
IMG_5994I have matching Victorian hand earrings to match the brooch. Also, my hair is my natural color for the first time since I was 12 years old!
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Presenting the bottom of the 1920s dress. It’s difficult to ever look sexy in a gauzy dress with no defined waist, but I did my best.IMG_6017 IMG_6020 IMG_6013 IMG_6007 IMG_6019

“Femme ex Machina” – woman in phonograph imagery inspired by my tattoo by Nick BaxterIMG_6009 IMG_6010 IMG_6006 IMG_6001 IMG_6016 IMG_6018 IMG_6005 IMG_6012 IMG_6003 IMG_6014 IMG_6015 IMG_6004 IMG_6011

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