While in Bath, I was lucky enough to visit the famous Bath Museum of Costume. Once finding it, despite holding a map, we entered. The building was magnificent, and were soon escorted down a flight of stairs, to a basement filled with some of the most amazing clothes I've ever seen. The first collection/exhibit was called "50 Fabulous Frocks".
|A Chanel suit, Mid 60's.|
|An Ostrich coat/dress, made by no other than Yves Saint Laurent|
|Oh how I love this Dior Stain coat!|
Once walking along a corridor, I came across an array of Victorian
and Edwardian clothing.
After walking a bit more, I went past some exhibits like, Little Black Dresses, ect,
then came across a dress up part, which I personally didn't take part in.
Then, I came across the dress of the year.
|One of the previous winners. Alexander McQueen, 2011|
|This years winner, House of Dior|
Obviously, there is so much more. If fashion is your passion, I recommend
you go to visit this beautiful museum in such an iconic place. It really
is worth a trip to be able to see some of the most amazing dresses, and oldest
clothes in England, and maybe Europe. It's inspiring, interesting,
and just a really good day out.