They were mostly worn by children and young teens although they were not nearly as common we think they were. Most women did not pierce ears so wearing clip-on earrings was a must.
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Add to Basket. It will be available. Thinking about getting the other designs now as its the kind of dress you can wear for almost anything. For that matter, both 1950s dress shapes look great on most body types.
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There are also high-waisted shorts for your trips to the beach and printed blouses to pair with the rest of your retro items.
Decorations were simple. Shape Swing Dress. Showing off the figure was more important than keeping cozy.
Some had beads or sequins around the neckline or embroidery on the bodice but otherwise, the richness of the fabric and clean simple lines made a cocktail dress classy enough for most parties. See all results. Any longer and it really did look like a tube of lipstick. Shop By Era.
Arrived on time and perfect to wear for a 1950s weekend or as a prom dress. But if ever do need another dress I would buy from this seller!YOUR CURVES, YOUR ADVANTAGE: Hourglass Wardrobe Example.
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Wearing a belt emphasised the slim waist that fashion demanded. The perfect length was just below the knee. The swing coat or princess coat was a general name for a winter coat that flared over the dress in a tent-like shape, buttoning up the front with big oversize buttons and topping with a wide collar.
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