The girls and I had been dying to visit the National Constitution Center for its “American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition” exhibit all winter. Ever since our Roaring ’20s party in the fall, you could say we’ve become a bit infatuated with the lifestyle. We carved out a few hours on Saturday and finally made the trip. It was a really fantastic exhibit. We learned The Charleston, got our mug shots taken, studied up on the laws, fashions and key phrases of the decade and took in way more information than we will ever remember. While I highly recommend you visit the exhibit before it jet-sets outta town at the end of April, I do not recommend the audio tour. Talk about information overload. Here are a few pics from the rest of the weekend.
[apparently there was a whole advertising campaign dedicated to abstaining. another one read "lips that touch liquor shall never touch mine." that was my favorite.]
[my love. a good sport, always. caught taking ... the photo below!]
[love my new Kate Spate Saturday iphone case]
[what has boxing gloves, a lunch box and a rocking horse? a crazy, random chandelier at the Red Tettemer Ad Agency office in Center City, obviously!]
[pretty white horsie outside brunch in Old City Saturday morning]