Whilst browsing through my bulk bargain purchase (thank you Ebay) I found some rather questionable fashion pieces. Some I would guess will not make it into "classical" fashion. They were really out there !
Ahh the drop waist... style icon. This design never really looked good on any body type. It achieved more of a "no waist & garbage bag" look.
If you want to look half masculine, half feminine this is for you !
Waistcoat, tie and sports coat with a skirt....stunning.
Note the almost 1920's man shoes.
Note the word "Style" on the pattern. Oh yes that's exactly how I would describe this look.
Let me get up close so you can see all this Style. Drop waist top, with band and collar.
Now that you are inspired with the waistcoat look, why not try it this time with you flares?
Trust me this will get your man staring !
Classical 1980's. OMG. The fairy Princess in yellow has arrived to grant your fashion wish !
Lucky for me I have two of these patterns and should anyone want them (sizes 6 - 16) I would be happy to post you FREE...
"Young Contemporary Fashion". Oh definitely. Could you see teens of today wearing this ?
Who knows it might be on next Winters Vogue?
Drop waist...you know how I feel...with the collar and bow. WOW
Laura Ashley. Always a bit flowery and ruffled for me. I think this day dress could easily double as a nightie (for Grandma). My Mum did like the Laura Ashley brand back in the 1980's and it was very popular and expensive. I think it's had it's time.
This has the Eighties written all over it.
A Brooke Sheilds pattern. Look at the perms here. Remember having all those expensive perms !
Lots of taffeta, ruffles and those sleeves !
Gosh I keep coming back to the drop waist and bows - must be a subliminal favorite.
This time with a pleated skirt !
I have saved the best until last... Ruffled, gathered waist.
This is a head turner. You can always use them as Roman blinds when done with the dress !
If there is anything you crave here, be my guest and you can have it :)