This past weekend my husband, Joe, and I headed over to Greenfield Village for their “Ragtime Street Fair”. Greenfield Village was founded by Henry Ford and holds historical homes and buildings from American history. I recently bought a membership there, so I’ve been taking advantage of the many events they hold such as this past weekend’s.
Our outfits for the Ragtime Street Fair are all clothes we owned just put together to (somewhat) fit into the era of the early 20th century. I took a straw boater hat from Forever 21 and replaced the plain black ribbon with a much cuter navy and white striped one. I paired it with a white linen fit and flare dress and boat shoes. My husband wore a white collared shirt with seersucker pants, my grandpa’s old newsboy cap, and boat shoes. Check out my photos from our day which include our ride in an authentic 1924 Model T.
MegMay 26, 2016 at 11:47 am (7 years ago)
These are adorable photos, as I read more of your posts, I just excited with how familiar I am with the area and growing up having a annual membership here and going every weekend. I love your outfits
thedressdecodedMay 29, 2016 at 8:32 pm (7 years ago)
Thank you so much! I practically live at Greenfield Village in the summer!