The Innocent Fair

The Palace of Fine Arts was constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. It was one of ten structures featured in the fair, which also included the exhibit palaces of Education, Liberal Arts, Manufactures, Varied Industries, Agriculture, Food Products, Transportation, Mines and Metallurgy and the Palace of Machinery. It is one of my favorite places to visit in San Francisco.

My outfit is inspired by Bernard Maybeck's architectural design. The Palace has beautiful arches, freezes, and columns. I was particularly influenced by the feminine dresses of the period, with lace and full skirts. The dress has been shortened for a more modern feel.

Dress: Vintage, via Annalise
Shoes: Vintage, via Buffalo Exchange
Needlepoint Handbag: Vintage, Thrifted
Headband: Urban Outfitters
Tights: American Apparel


Sick by Trend :

amazing!!!! where is that? is awesome!!! fantastic pictures, really cool outfits!! im a new follower!

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meelusha :

such an impressive landscape, would have nout tought it's a US background :) and your dress is just grogeous, juts like that tapestry bag. a vintage dream!

Beckerman Girls :

Lovin' your purple vintage fav color! Its sooo gorgeous and your hair is perfection! Happy FRIDAY!!
xoThe Beckerman Girls

Jennyboo :

Thanks guys for all of the lovely comments! The photos were taken at the Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District in San Francisco. It is such a lovely place.

Annebeth :

gosh you guys look SO amazingly cool and stylish! I love your lace collar and purse :)

Karin :

This is such a gorgeous blog, I found you via chictopia, love the title of your blog too xxx

jamie :

gorgeous! love the purple :) next time in in town im totally going here



I've heard that The Palace of Fine Arts is glorious at night, but haven't visited it yet. Maybe I'll make a point of doing so the next time I'm in SF!

softspoken :

the lace is simply divine! adore your photos :)