Not that I want fauxleros to end … but here's a smattering of those that have been sent to me lately:
Dulcet sent this one from 1896.
Our beloved Cookie sent three. This one is highly abstract — you have to have a highly-attuned fauxlero-sense to spot it:
This one is a mod, mod take on the concept:
And I really want to know why someone wrote "Magic Lady" on this one:
Pamela was listing this one on eBay ("designed" by Gloria Swanson!), but the auction may have ended by now:
Summerset found this one, although I'm not sure if it's a fauxlero or a cape in its larval form:
The sharp-eyed Helen saw this one on Etsy. The pattern calls it an "attached capelet," but she said she wasn't fooled: it's a fauxlero.
Gremly Girl sent me this image — the woman in the center now has a starring role in my nightmares — but yes, that's a fauxlero:
This fauxlero (sent by lorrwill) WINS with POCKETS:
Elle sends this fantastic vintage Burda … a wraplero!
And more sales! Lisa is having a fall sale at the Vintage Fashion Library. 15% off, using keyword fabulousfall, good through the 15th of October, and Sandritocat is having a one-day sale, 20% off everything (before shipping) tomorrow, Wednesday the 8th.