Wouldn't this lace creation, totally handmade and hand-stitched like all of these old ones, make a nice old-timey wedding dress? Karith looks so pretty in it :)
The clothes below are from the Bedouins, late 1800s and early 1900s. Bedouins are semi-nomadic tribes from the deserts of southern Israel/ northern Egypt. These are really pretty... but the cheapest one costs $700...
My friend James really likes this men's shirt he tried on - the bird shirt :) I'm actually making music with James, perhaps soon I'll post some up here too. We keep sending files to each other and adding and editing sounds and singing and in this way we're coming up with some interesting stuff.
Gretel Karith again with a really pretty, folky antique Bedouin dress.
Thank ye for eyeing these photographs, ladies and gentlemen! I shall leave you with a quotation from Mr Henry Drummond who lived in the era of these dresses:
"You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments when you have truly lived are the moments when you have done things in the spirit of love."
Have a mighty ace-high day! (Apparently ace-high is 1800s slang for excellent, LOL)