Dandizette | part deux




Dandizette was a term applied to feminine devotees to dress and their absurdities were fully equal to those of the dandy. In 1819, the novel Charms of Dandyism was published "by Olivia Moreland, chief of the female dandies"; although probably written by Thomas Ashe, "Olivia Moreland" may have existed, as Ashe did write several novels about living persons. Throughout the novel, dandyism is associated with "living in style". Later, as the word dandy evolved to denote refinement, it became applied solely to men, however we are determined to bring back the term dandizette. 


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Shot and Styled by Ludget Delcy
Makeup by Liz Coicou
Model Liz Coicou

Sunglasses : RetroSuperFuture
LumberJack Shirt Jacket : Jcrew
White Ruffle Shirt : Burberry
Bag : Reiss
Black Boots : Frye 
Black Leggings : HM 
Belt : Vintage
Overside Hat : From a hat shop in Soho