Fashion Friday: Anne and Emily

Hi everyone!

It’s Sam and I’d like to welcome you to our first ever Fashion Friday!

I don’t know about you, but I’m absolutely obsessed with these beautiful Anne of Green Gables and Emily of New Moon hardcovers. One of things I like the most is the cute floral patterns in the lettering. Those same patterns are also used on the endpapers and they’re gorgeous.

I thought it would be fun to try and find dresses that matched each cover – and somehow, I did! Unfortunately, not all of these lovely dresses are still available for sale, but check out my finds and let me know in the comments which one is your favourite!

Credit: Abigail Dress from Boden Great British Style

Credit: Beaded red white and blue floral dress from eShakti

Credit: Seaside Sketching Dress from Bea and Dot (ModCloth)

 Credit: 1950S Blue Purple Floral Bow Dress from LaMeowVintage (etsy)

 Credit: Olive Green and Wine Floral Cotton Prom Dress from Dig For Victory (folksy)

 Credit: Kitschy Kitchen Dress from ModCloth

 Credit: stutterinmama (etsy)

Credit: Turquoise Floral Corset Dress from Elise (birdsnest)

 Credit: Purple Floral Print Dress from OASAP

 Credit: Vintage Blue & Green Floral Dress from reva (indulgy)

Credit: 1950s Vintage Dress by Sportlane Deb Pink Flowers with Belt from Sportlane Deb

If you do pick up these beautiful hardcover books and a couple of dresses, don’t forget to join the #GreenGablesReadalong this year!

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12 thoughts on “Fashion Friday: Anne and Emily

  1. What a lovely post! You make me want to go out and buy dresses … in the winter! My favourite is the one that matches Anne of Windy Poplars. I like how demure and classic it looks … great for garden parties with ice cream!

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  4. would love to try these beauties on! It was a hard pick. Do I choose with Anne in mind? What’s the occaision, location, time of day? Going with the olive and burgundy strapless because I think I would try that on first!

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