Tea and coffee are served! What better way to kick off the final day of Costume College than meeting together with friends over a scrumptious repast while dressed in our finest turn-of-the-century ensembles? Sunday morning will have our minds swimming with creative ideas from classes and conversations, as well as all the delights seen at the gala the night before. (Did you survive the Titanic sinking?)
To discuss your new ideas and de-stress a bit before the weekend ends, join with other attendees over a hot breakfast in a parlor setting (just kidding… it’s the hotel restaurant, but we can imagine!).
Bedeck yourself in glorious fitted skirts, big, swoop-y hair, picture hats and lace. From Anne Shirley to Camille Clifford, come ready to celebrate “The New Woman” of the 20th century! Daywear, evening wear and sporting costumes from the 1890s to the 1910s are highly encouraged. Also welcome: your imaginative dress of what “Gibson Girl” means to you. Perhaps you’ll be inspired by the Gibson guitar, the “Coca-Cola” girl, 1980s “Debbie Gibson fan” or take your costume theme from baseball players!
Meal purchase is directly to the hotel restaurant as their patron. This event is merely a gathering of attendees and not a separate ticketed event.
Sunday: 7:00-8:45am in the Hotel Restaurant, Breeze