Navy silk polka-dot dress, c. 1940's. From the sweetheart of a neckline, the bodice is made even cuter with the gathers and bows at the shoulders. Fashioned with princess seams that cinch in, the (drop) waist is further embellished with a decorative seam that scallops around the dress, so cute.

Navy silk polka-dot dress, c. Fashioned with princess seams. One layer of tulle is stitched into the underside of the dress at the level of the scalloping seam to give the dress a full skirt appearance.

1940s

I don't always wear my sassy pants. But, when I do, I wear them classy with some smart assy. Stay sassy my friends.

1940s day dress

Dress in yellow toile cotton *The YELLOW TOILE print was inspired by an early vintage print. The background is soft yellow with a bold black Victorian toile and the scale as you can see, is oversized!

1940's Fashion.

Sharply dressed vintage women, century ladies suits, wool jacket, tweed plaid skirts, hats and gloves

Schiaparelli coat 1949

Coat Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian, Date: 1949 Culture: French Medium: wool, silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 26 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Bettina Ballard, 1958

Contessa Cat Eye Sunglasses By A.J. Morgan

Contessa Cat Eye Sunglasses By A. Morgan Perfected with a classic cat eye frame, these translucent faux tortoise shell glasses are completed with UV protectant ombre lenses.

Suit  House of Dior  (French, founded 1947)  Designer: Yves Saint Laurent (French (born Algeria) Oran 1936–2008 Paris) Date: spring/summer 1959 Culture: French Medium: wool, silk

Suit, Yves Saint Laurent (French (born Algeria) Oran Paris) for the House of Dior (French, founded spring/summer French, wool/silk. Marking: [label] "Christian Dior/Printemps-Ete in France"

Red scarf.

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