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I attach the ribbon by stitching in place from the underside hiding all the stitches under the headfitting. Where the ribbon meets I dec...

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French antique box of wax wedding flowers four bouquets shabby millinery trim wedding bride flapper

Take one look inside French General and you’ll be whisked away to the French countryside. The shop, located in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Silver Lake, takes residence in a narrow 1926 pink adobe building and is chock-full of vintage glass beads, millinery supplies, ribbon, paper ephemera, and fabric. Kaari Meng, the shop owner, stocks [...]

English Country Meets Winter Glam! By TIE FLY www.etsy.com Specialty Custom Wedding & Event Design David and Shannon LeVesseur Feature Credit: GreyLikesWeddings.com, SelenaMarieEvents.com

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Cat Art Print, Inspired by Edgar Degas, Tabby Cat Art, Impressionist Art Parody, Whimsical Art, Deborah Julian

Cat Art Print Cat in Degas Hat Shop by DeborahJulian on Etsy, $20.00

Snood Designer: Sally Victor (American, 1905–1977) Date: 1943 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: 7 x 15 in. (17.8 x 38.1 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Sally Victor, Inc., 1944 Accession Number: 2009.300.1787

Beaded Pearl Lace Bridal Headpiece Boho Chic or Rustic Chic wedding headpiece, hair accessory, circlet, halo, headband. It may have many names but it lives up to them all! Gorgeous lace meets rustic paper-wrapped "bark" wire circlet. Add ribbon tied in a bow at the back where the circlet is open for another touch of chic. by GracefullyGirly, $36.00

4 variations of the Empire Bonnet (Pet 65) Rising lower back of tip, angular cheektabs emphasised by the long, straight, angular line of the ribbon along the cheektabs, exterior flowers banding across the base of the brim where it meets the crown, interior flowers focusing on the top and projecting forward, possibly reducing in quantity.