Monday, April 20, 2009
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
What we wear has always defined us to some degree. At the very least, it can indicate economic status, but always before within certain confines of convention. Historically, a uniformity of dress created a homogeneous population. The oldies ushered in an attitude of "anything goes" and reflected the shifting politics of the day. "Do your own thing" applied to clothes as well.
A Line Shift Dress. Quickie!!
Fits UK6 - UK10
Vintage One Piece Pullover Dress for Panel Prints Shift
RM35Tea Pot, Chair & Fruity!
Vintage Front Notched Collar Bowling Casual Dress
Vintage Personal Fit Dress Stole Slenderette
The Baby Boomers
Vintage Curved Seam Overlapping Ruffle V-Neck Checkered Dress
Twiggy Slick Dress
The muted and slick material gave way to bold color often splayed in geometric patterns. From daywear to Day Glo in less than a decade.
Color - Dark Green
Posted by Green Apple at Monday, April 13, 2009
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Sheer pleated blouse