How neat! Classic mid-century styling by Renee Originals with excellent tailoring and hardly any sign of wear. I just love old frocks that testify to the way that women used to value and preserve their clothing; especially the favorites!
The fabric may be a cotton/rayon blend. It’s of a medium weight and printed in a checkerboard floral pattern – fall-ish colors with asters or Gerber daisies. The buttons are black, faceted to look like jet, and there is ric-rac trim on the bodice and skirt.
I’m in love! Of course, this is an Autumn to Winter dress although temperatures this year would let me wear it now. I think I’ll save it for the season. You’ll probably see it, along with other recent finds, modeled properly by one of the working “girls” whenever I get back to Headquarters. We’re on a roll here, so stay tuned . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MORGANA MARTIN, THE MAGICVINTAGESPY
OPENING ANOTHER JACKPOT! HERE S A 1940’S – 1950’S SHIRTWAIST DAY DRESS WITH GREAT DETAILS – Magicvintagespy