Monday, January 24

Vintage Giveaway! Name My Mannequin


Dear readers, I need a name for my mannequin! 
I've had her for a few months but I just can't think of a name, so I need your help.


She's definitely a vintage girl, and by the look of her, she's sported many an outfit.
Soon she'll be going to the shop, so we need a name for her.


I'm giving away this gorgeous blue 50s hat and two black vintage beaded purses to the person who comes up with the name I deem most suitable.


Open to Australian and overseas readers, you must be a follower and you're welcome to suggest more than one name.


You have one week to think of a name, winner announced next Sunday. Get your thinking caps on, chicas!


21 comments:

Heidi said...

She looks like a Harriett to me or Isadora;)

1950's_atomic_ranch_house said...

Oh gee! Hmmm *thinking* of a clever name...

twinklez1985 said...

Martha Mary Pinkleton or Dolores Deadson or Roxie Valentine or Lulabelle Felice. I could go on forever hahaha

fabriquefantastique said...

lets hear it for Jennie...

Straight Talking Mama! said...

I haven't thought of a clever name but when I saw it I thought Dotty, straight away, freaky but true!! As I say not trying to inventive, that name just popped in my head :o)

shineybomb said...

She looks like a Genevieve to me
The name is of Germanic origin and has the meaning "woman of the people"
x

delia hornbook said...

What a lovely idea....Ok here goes ;-)) Eleanor...Matilda....Mabel....or Florence....Your going to have fun with this post ;-)) Have a lovely week, gorg items to. Dee x

Vintage Vixen said...

I think she looks rather elegant so I'm going for Euphemia, which according to my 1918 "Christian Name" book is a Greek-derived name meaning "Fair Fame". xxx

Vintage Coconut said...

Astrid
It comes from Old Norse Ásfríðr (Divine Beauty), God + fair, beautiful.
Middle name Rose

~* Astrid Rose *~

Great contest =)

Misfits Vintage said...

Mrs Merriwether
Jane Doe
Veronica Venus

Christina @ Fashion's Most Wanted said...

Dear Kitty, the first name that popped into my head was Gloria! When I bought mine the same name came up. I ended up calling her Tallulah.

Thanks for asking about the health kick. I've managed to juice every day and eat pretty well but that is it. I haven't even plugged the Wii Fit in! I shall have to make more effort this week. I've had a big weekend so all I can think about is eating today. I must go to the supermarket. Hope you have a great week xx

Pearl said...

I like "Lillian" for the class, but I like "Helen" -- since the mannequin is, after all, deaf dumb and blind -- for the black humor.

Well. I thought it was funny at the time.

:-)

Pearl

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Eartha Kitsch said...

Mine is also going to be a little dark. I'm thinking "Helena" after that really horrible 90's movie "Boxing Helena" where the guy was so obsessed with a woman that he amputated her limbs so that she couldn't leave him.

the pensive wren said...

Penny Lane - retro fun

or

Rosaline - from shakespeare as you like it

or my all time favorite

Lucy-Rose - beautifully timeless

LittleMissBossy said...

Fun challenge, a few of my suggestions other ladies already said!

Alma Lucretia
Ludovica Divine
Clara Le Bon
Teresita Senorita
Daphne Du Vaudeville
Sidonie
Clothilde
Cha Cha Di Gregorio (I thought of her this morning because of my hair so why not bring that name up aswell)


I could also go on forever :-)

Helga! said...

I adore Cha Cha diGregorio as a name!!!
My choices:
Ethel
Mabel
Miss Stitchy
Miss Knickers
Miss Fancy Tart

starz said...

Phryne (pronounced to rhyme with 'briny', the famous courtesan) because she has her dress on and off so many times:)

Taz said...

Queenie definately a Queenie :)

theoldboathouse said...

I always like a name that goes with the era she comes from...I'm thinking she looks like a Shirley.....and there were and still are so many Shirley's from that era.xx

khriste B said...

She looks like a Betsy. Good old reliable, well built Betsy.