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1950's Inspired Sundress

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I got my inspiration from several different patterns from the late 1940s to '50s for this dress. The skirt has box pleats all around the waist and is attached to a fitted bodice with a scoop neckline in the front and back. The neckline is bound with strips of fabric that extend long enough to tie into a bow at the front. Back zip and fully lined. Fabric: 100% cotton lawn. Lining: blend. (All fabric has been pre-washed.) Machine wash warm and dry delicate cycle. 

Size: S-M (Bust: 33", Waist: 28"-29", Hips: fits small to large, Waist to Hem: 24 1/2")



1930's Shirtdress

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This dress is made of sheer striped cotton. I used a pattern from the 1930's to make this dress, shortened the hem, sleeves and made a belt to match. It has a side zip and buttons down the front with vintage pearl buttons. The pocket flap as well as the collar are  trimmed with vintage tatting. This is the perfect dress to wear on a hot summer day. 100% cotton. Unlined. Hand wash/line dry or dry clean only.

Size: XS (Bust: 32", Waist: 26", Hip: 35", Waist to Hem: 21 1/2")


(Regularly: $175.00)

(Necklace not included)



Red/White Print Trench Coat

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This trench coat  is made of double sided poplin (which makes it a good choice to wear on a rainy day). The outer fabric is printed with a red on white pattern and the inside is solid red. It has a matching belt and four large white buttons down the front.

Fabric: 100% cotton poplin. Machine wash warm and dry delicate cycle. 

Size: S-M (Bust: 33"-36", Waist: 28" (belt can have more holes put in to make smaller or larger, if requested), Length: (Neck to hem) 28 1/2"





























1930's Silk Chiffon Evening Gown

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I used an original 1930's evening gown pattern to make this. It is made out of a lovely printed silk chiffon for the main fabric and black silk taffeta for the lining. The gown is cut on the bias, as was popular in the '30s, which makes it form fitting. It also has a lovely drape to it and a full skirt. It reminds me of the gowns Ginger Rogers wore while dancing in the movies. Back zip and fully lined.

Fabric: 100% silk chiffon and 100% silk taffeta lining. Dry clean only.

Size: S-M (Bust: 34", Hip: 37", Waist: 28", Length (neck to hem): 61")


(Regularly $400.00)