Let me speed this issue up a little bit, and make sure I send it your way before the planned electricity maintenance (that will get half of town dark, cold and off the grid for some 6 hours).
Nothing's cold nor dark
in July 1958, be sure of that:
See, this is a good wear for those of us with a bit of a
Spot the Elvis-like persona in the middle! :)
White sleeveless shirt with a bow
is a great hit.
I know a LOT of you who will love this page
since it features your favorite shape of dress.
Can "red, white and blue"
ever get our of fashion?
I hope not.
Formal, yet lay-back
with lovely stripes in pastel tones.
(look at the bow on bottom right - a marine-looking shape, with a twist!)
Yes, I'll have the red dress, please.
This dress is a traffic-stopper.
Heck, this dress could stop time.. so amazing.
You are aware these are date dresses? :)
Youngsters, brace yourselves,
for summer of 1958 has something
completely new for you!
For the first time in ages,
young gals are really looking different than their moms.
Kids on holiday
Adorable little gals!
Never be seen looking anything less that dazzling
Even your apron can be gorgeous.
I like this apron,
it's actually useful AND looking classy
Ending this issue with something we all love:
a moment to relax, enjoy life.. have a sip of our favorite liquid-fun
(whatever it may be!)
Back to aprons (yet again).
I have spotted than less and less women wear them (strangely: more men wear them as time goes on). There is a bit of logic explanation to it: women are, over here, in this age, scared of the clothing item that is apron, due to it's meaning. Most women I know attach wearing apron to housewives. And, it's such a strong feeling, that some of them dread ever a thought of putting one on. As it would instantly, in some magical way, strip them of all their achievements and turn them into "just a housewife" (silly, but I've heard them say it "I can never put on an apron, it makes me feel so.. so like a housewife).
The truth is quite opposite: an apron is a utility-wear. It's made to protect your other clothing items from "getting the kitchen all over them". Apron is a wear-and-tear sort of thing. It's an armor, actually. It what you put on to protect your achievements, and there's no magic to it (well, OK - there is a bit of magic: my cooking is always better with the apron on) :)
Have a great day