These two autochrome photographs are of a young woman posing in "historical dress" for the photographer. They were taken in 1910. What's interesting to me here is that, as happens most often when we are trying to reproduce a period, we get elements of it wrong. Her hair in especial is fully 1910, not as it might have been in whatever periods they were going for. Also, the image with the parasol is an utter anachronism. Such sun shades didn't exist in that way in the 18th century, if that was the intended time period. But, if these are meant to be fantasies entirely, then job done. at the end of it, they re both charming.
Well, that rounds out this week's scatter shot of stuff.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!