Today's post is a fun 1960's pink dress that I found recently. It's a short cocktail length dress with long sleeves and a raised collar. The skirt part is really great! It's fully pleated with tiny pleats that continue down to create a very flouncy and full lower section. The lightweight chiffon material keeps it soft, the button details on the sleeves gives it a touch of the mod look, and the vibrant neon coral-pink material make a bold statement. Check it out in the shop soon!
This 1960's peach dress is so sweet. It has a v-neck collar, short bouncy skirt, and a large bow that sits at the middle of the waist area. The color is a nice light pink/ salmon/ peach mix and the fabric has a bit of an iridescence to it. There are tiny glitter flakes in the material that create a sheen without making the outfit too shiny or sparkly. Sequins are one thing, but glitter that's overdone on an outfit can be a nightmare. For a girly, preppy look, this dress would look adorable with a white button down shirt put under it to create a jumper look. Check it out in the shop!
How precious is this little dress? Every time I pass it I want to say "awww, how cute", like it's a puppy or something, but I usually stop myself. It's a 1960's vinyl shift by the Lion-Etta company and the pastel light pink color is really pretty. It has navy blue stitching, a zipper down the back, and a folded collar. It's not too common to see women's dresses with neck ties, but it really works for this piece! Is mod-preppy-sailor a clothing trend? If not it probably should be the next big thing. Check it out in the Etsy shop today!