Wilfair Book said...

I love commenting first! Woot! Okay, you know it is the small thrills in life for me.

Just wanted to say I couldn't find the right snood, hence the flowery fascinator-headband thingy.

Erika said...

I love the shoes. I live the entire thing but I want the shoes!!

Wilfair Book said...

The shoes! They're my favorite part. I'm wild about red shoes. They're always a statement.

I want to do more of these because it was very hard to choose.

Erika said...

I would welcome multiple character outfit posts!

bess said...

Seconded, Erika, on the outfit posts. I once did a series of polyvore sets outfitting all of my favorite literary heroines and it was the most fun.

I covet that houndstooth jacket!

Wilfair Book said...

Bess, if you want to send me your favorite I'll post it! That's a great project.

And ladies, if anyone wants to Polyvore any of the Wilfair people, I'm all for it. I'd be interested to see how the characters are seen by you. Just send me the link and I'll post your Polyvore.

wealhtheow said...

I want a Thurs Mathers outfit. But I am stylistically challenged. Who will do it for me?

Jamila said...

ahem. Snood:


BTW, I just went and looked at all of the polyvore posts, don't know how I missed the first one. It has THE DRESS. The black and white Grace Kelly dress from Rear Window that is, like, the defining piece of fashion in my life. I'm a little bit obsessed with it. So, thank you!

Wilfair Book said...

Snood! Yes. I'm glad that is the snood you see. I usually picture a snood that's slightly lower on the back of Fair's head and the strands of fabric or netting are thinner.

THAT DRESS. We are mutually obsessed. I love that whole film. Thelma Ritter, too, is one of my sassy movie idols.

Did you ever catch this post? I'm all about this line from Grace Kelly: http://www.wilfair.com/2011/05/amen.html

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