Russian Girl w/ Kokoshnik: A traditional piece of female headware dating back to the 17th century. It is most closely tied to matrimony; married women were forbidden to show their hair in public, w/ the Kokoshnik it could be plaited and tucked under, out of view. Banned by Peter the great for the social elite, it was brought back by Catherine the Great, & has remained a patriotic symbol since, & is often seen at weddings. Character
Fc:Amelia Zadro) French accent|| Hello… I'm Rain Amelia Grace, but please, call me Amelia. I'm 16 and I enjoy reading, dancing anytime I can, and practicing till me limbs give out. I've been told by former teachers I am gifted, but they were all Russian and french ballet teachers, my specialty. Anyways, please, Come say Hi, I just got here and would love some new friends. *smiles and blushes before looking down*
(1920s) Wow, what an extraordinary photo and dress on the left....I wonder what color and fabric it is? The lady wearing it is a combination of curious and mischievous...with a cheshire smile that is captivating and captures the 1920's....Love the dress...The drop waist is tricky to wear but this one does it justice and the lady wearing it brings it alive!
On finding someone like you. | "We're all a little weird, and life's a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it LOVE." — Dr. Seuss