Each day of the TCM Classic Film Festival 2012 I am going to share with you vintage clothing and accessories that are similar in style to things worn by the stars in the movies.
For a complete schedule of movies showing today Saturday, April 14 at the Film Festival click here.
Auntie Mame's wardrobe includes a lot of Asian inspired clothing, including a dragon embroidered robe. Posted below are vintage dragon embroidered clothing items that you can purchase...
Silk robe with dragon embroidery.
You can purchase this robe for $195- from Vera Vague on Etsy.
Blue silk robe with dragon embroidery.
Measurements are: 42" Chest, 46" Hips
You can purchase this robe for $195- from Past Perfect Vintage
Black cheongsam silk dress with embroidered dragon.
Measurements are: 40" Chest, 28" Waist and 36" Hips
You can purchase this dress for $150- from 1860-1960
Ingrid Bergman wears a chic hat in Casablanca. Posted below are new and vintage hats that you can purchase...
Pinkham Millinery handmade in Portland, Oregon "Sloper DC" felt hat.
You can purchase this new hat for $375- from Pinkham Millinery
Grey wool hat with velvet band.
You can purchase this hat for $155- from Dorothea's Closet Vintage
Scarlet Empress (1934) is showing tonight at 6:45 at the Chinese Multiplex 4. Deborah Nadoolman Landis will be in attendance. The photo of Scarlet Empress is from the dvd that you can purchase over at TCM.
Marlene Dietrich wears hats that make a statement in The Scarlet Empress. Posted below is a fantastic vintage hat that you can purchase...
Black felt hat with veil and an "S" on the front of it (for Scarlett Empress ;)
You can purchase this hat for $110- from Dorothea's Closet Vintage
Debbie Reynolds outfits in Singin' in the Rain are sweet. Posted below are some vintage dresses that you can purchase...
Cyd Charisse is sultry and sexy in a green dress in her dance scene with Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain. Posted below are some vintage dresses that you can purchase...
Stay tuned over the coming days and weeks for photos and stories from my coverage of the TCM Classic Film Festival 2012!
This post was originally published on April 14, 2012.