Sunday, 6 November 2016

Vintage Cars and Black and White Layers


Last Wednesday with a group of friends we travelled to Ulverstone, on our states North West coast, to
view some truly magnificent vintage cars that are visiting from all over Australia to take part in a
Vintage Car Rally.
Layers in black and white were the order of the day as it was rather cool and windy.I choose my black Moyuru pants, Paula Ryan white shirt, Sarah Pacini top, short sleeve wool jacket , black wool beret, assorted black and white bangles.




I am not really a car aficionado but I appreciate the passion of the vintage car enthusiasts and the workmanship that goes into these lovingly restored vehicles.The attention to detail in the leather work ,the
timber trims and that brass work is a joy to behold.


I was rather taken with this one , it was from the Brush Motor Car Company based in Michigan, and dates
from 1907-1913. I am pretty sure the man on the left behind the car is the proud owner. Don't you love his
leather flying hat and goggles.


This lady, all dressed in cream, kindly let me photograph her. Many of the vintage owners were dressed
in period themed costume for the occasion.


Joining Catherine at Not Dressed as Lamb
for #iwillwearwhatilike
and 
Jess for Turning heads Tuesday

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  1. Your outfit fits in quite well with the sleek vintage cars! And you can't go wrong with black and white. :)

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    1. Thank you Laurie , black and white is always right for me.

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  2. What a fun post. Vintage cars and the outfits so nostalgic and romantic!

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    1. Thank you Marea, glad you enjoyed this look at the vintage cars and their stylish owners.

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  3. What a fun outing! And your outfits fits the theme perfectly, while still looking very modern.

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    1. It really was a fun day out , I didn't mention in the post be we also enjoyed a great lunch along the way.The weather dictated my outfit but I was pleased with the way it worked. Thank you Tiina, enjoy your week.

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  4. I'm not much of an old auto aficionado either but you really have to appreciate the elegant design mindset of the era which is something that, you my dear, capture perfectly right here in the present day. Your shoes and your hats and your lovely mix of designs and colors. You are a true Classic. XXOO

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    1. Connie, that is a lovely thing to say.I guess I do my own version of classic while not adhering to any rules unlike the owners of these vintage cars that must abide by the guidelines as far as restoration is concerned.

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  5. I enjoyed the photos so much - the details are incredible, such charm and elegance in old cars. And your outfit is fabulous! Also with elegant and very special details, such as your gloves, the collar with a flower pin, and these lovely shoes! I also love this lady's cream outfit, what a beauty!

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    1. Thank you Natalia, the attention to the finer details is what I appreciate most about these vintage beauties. Glad you liked the outfit, it follows along with your thoughts on wearing what really is our own style and the joys of that.

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  6. Your black and white outfit, complete with perfect looking "driving gloves" compliments the beautiful vintage cars, Jill. Isn't it fabulous to see the owners' passion for their cars? I do loved the lady in white, although I can't imagine how white stayed white for long in those cars of yesteryear! xx

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    1. Thank you Elizabeth , I enjoyed seeing the vintage cars and the love that is given to them by their owners.Must agree about the white , short rides only on a clear day.

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  7. What a fun time!!
    I love your black & white combo! Especially the pin on the jacket!
    jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. Thank you Jodie, glad you enjoyed the post and my black and white.I have had that pin for several years and it graces many a jacket.

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  8. A vintage car rally sounds and interesting event. I like thow people pay attention to details too.
    The event looks like a nice meeting of elegant ladies as well...of course you look lovely!!

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    1. Thank you Dan it was indeed interesting to see so many vintage cars together.Yes the outfits added to the occasion.

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  9. Of course Jill, I love all of the details and the wonderful shape of your black coat. What a fun event! I love older classic cars, I feel they have character unlike the cars of today.
    thanks for linking up with turning heads tuesday
    jess xx
    www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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    1. Thank you Jess I always enjoy Turning Heads Tuesday.The chance to see so many of these well loved cars in one place was quite a treat.

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