Fall weight fabric in a ’60’s paisley print, with bell sleeves. Easy lines with a tie belt. What could be more characteristic of the shift style from mid to late ’60’s? It was a time when British fashion was tops. Carnaby Street, Mary Quant and Twiggy reigned.
Love these colors – perfect for the Autumn time of year. In the case of this particular frock, a Texas designer refined the design for her specialty label. Casual, but lady – like, something they did so well in the southern U.S.
This one, no doubt, had an interesting social life .. . . ..
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A TRUE VINTAGE FALL DAY DRESS FROM THE LATE 1960′S – Magicvintagespy
I really like the pattern on it. Inspiring colours
Yes, reds and active prints are always energizing. Thanks for your comments!
A TRUE VINTAGE FALL DAY DRESS FROM THE LATE 1960’S – Magicvintagespy
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A TRUE VINTAGE FALL FROCK FROM THE MAD ,MOD WORLD OF THE LATE 1960’S