Nancy has always inspired me. Her fearlessness, determination, resourcefulness, and ability to shake off head injuries which would have left me laid up for days made an impression on little me, and have stayed with me ever since. One of the things I loved best reading the books were the illustrations (I have two of them framed on my wall). As the books adapted to the changing times, so too did Nancy and the stylish clothing the illustrations always conveyed. To celebrate Nancy, I am doing a little series of posts to honor her keen sense of style through the years.
I'll be doing four posts, each one covering a style era depicted in the illustrations of the editions I read: the 1930s, the 1950s, the 1970s, and the 1990s. If I'm not sick of fashion after those, I might do a modern day Nancy, too! The first post, 1930s Nancy, will go up later today. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I've enjoyed making them!
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