TBT: The Age of Innocence (1993)


We’ve mentioned some of the best bustles in this movie, but it’s time for a proper deep-dive. Because The Age of Innocence (1993) is a classic frock flick, absolutely gorgeous and filled with historical detail. The story is pretty depressing but then, it’s based on an 1920 Edith Wharton novel where she was looking back at her childhood in the rigid 1870s upper-class New York society.

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6 Responses

  1. gendermuse

    EEEEEE I’m so excited for this post! This movie makes me drool every time I watch it, so I’m so happy you’re covering it! May’s purple evening gown near the end when she tells Newland she’s pregnant is my absolute FAVE <3.

  2. Susan

    I pay my Patreon for years and the one time I actually try to read something, it locks me out.


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