The antique clothing vendors were my favorite part of the Clignantcourt flea market in Paris. Again, you were not allowed to photographs items inside, but I was determined.
This stall was my favorite and I almost cried from the sheer beauty of it all. The clothing was for the most part from the 1900's-1940's, and each piece was more exquisite then the last. Watercolor silks, burnished velvet, intricate lace, and soft lawn cottons.
Ah, the ruffle detail on the top of the sleeve. Unfortunately this shop will have to be a wonderland museum for me since I couldn't afford the museum quality prices.
The majority of this vendor's stock was from the 50's-80's. How cute is that polka dot skirt?
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