20th Century

Noir Goddess

Oh my, what a week it’s been!  Teaching and sewing, a few marathon blog posts…

Time for something fun and light.

There was a professional photographer at last years Windy Lindy Noir ball, and I posed for photos in my Hula Goddess dress.  I’ve just got the photos, and I can’t wait to show you how gorgeous my three favourites are:

Hula Goddess dress thedreamstress.com photographed by Artful Dodge photography There was a chaise lounge!

Hula Goddess dress thedreamstress.com photographed by Artful Dodge photography

And best of all, this one, which looks so sweet and innocent, until you notice the grotesque hand shadow: how very noir!

Hula Goddess dress thedreamstress.com photographed by Artful Dodge photography

All the images are by Clive of Artful Dodge photography (pop over to his website and have a drool – I’m particularly in love with his pet photograph: he does pigs!)

5 Comments

  1. Lynne says

    What lovely photos! Not that you didn’t look great in the earlier ones, but these are special. Clever photographer – he can make you and your dress look terrific.

    When you have a house of your own, it will have to have room for a chaise lounge! You were born for one. And Felicity would like it, too.

  2. That chaise lounge really requires a photo in the Madame Récamier dress…
    … but this one looks fabulous on it, too! I like the lighting in those photographs, particularly the first one (that really brings out the drape of the dress).

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