Dapper Day    November 16th and 17th 2019
© vintagedapperday.com 2015 to present
Clothing and Style 2 days of fun
It is always so special when people dress in groups and add all the hairstyles and accessories to make their look complete. All of these ladies had the perfect ideas of what they wanted to do and carried out their visions perfectly.
Jane custom makes her accessories and they are always perfect.
This gentleman knows a lot of the history of men’s fashion and the lady had to perfect purse to finish off their look completely.
Gatherings toward the end of the day always seem a little more casual, and people linger to visit and get the last details about outfits. Of course, two of our favorite photographers, John and Sean , are right in the thick of things.
Family members often carry out a theme in their clothing. Who can resist puppies?
So many of our acquaintances think it is not Dapper Day if they don’t get a photo with our banner. The banners get a little smaller every year, but the idea is still there.
Photography by: Carolyn Moonen
© www.vintagedapperday.com 2015 to Present
Dapper Day    November 16th and 17th 2019
Clothing and Style 2 days of fun
It is always so special when people dress in groups and add all the hairstyles and accessories to make their look complete. All of these ladies had the perfect ideas of what they wanted to do and carried out their visions perfectly.
Jane custom makes her accessories and they are always perfect.
This gentleman knows a lot of the history of men’s fashion and the lady had to perfect purse to finish off their look completely.
Gatherings toward the end of the day always seem a little more casual, and people linger to visit and get the last details about outfits. Of course, two of our favorite photographers, John and Sean , are right in the thick of things.
Family members often carry out a theme in their clothing. Who can resist puppies?
So many of our acquaintances think it is not Dapper Day if they don’t get a photo with our banner. The banners get a little smaller every year, but the idea is still there.
Photography by: Carolyn Moonen