The 1770s are heating up and so is the fashion!!! Everyone’s jumping on the “blues and bows” bandwagon.
Personally, we think that if a baby AND her grandma can get away with this look, then us single & ready to mingle peeps should skip this wallet-draining trend.
What do U think? Is this trend hawt or naught???
OK, who let this little baby into the jester’s costume closet?!?!! If she didn’t dress herself, she must be the butt of a cruel, cruel joke because this outfit is outRAGEOUS.
The innocent victim above is depicted in an oil painting by German artist A. Fr. Ringen.
If anyone sees a pile of frumpy, Christmas-colored frocks crawling around, plz send it our way. We want to help the poor thing with a faboosh baby makeover!
It’s a fashion face-off and there may be NO survivors!!!!!
Both painted in 1755, we have Anna Rosina de Gas’s “Michał Kazimierz Ogiński Grand Hetman of Lithuania” (left) and Pietro Rotari’s “Portrait of Carl Christian Joseph of Saxony” (right).
We don’t know if it’s all that church wine we drank, but we’re seeing double!!!
The only thing Michal has over Carl is that silly little elf man in the background, who is looking quite seksi himself.