It's seems like forever since I did a Vintage Monday post...
so I thought today that I would!
Today I'm going to share a link to vintage style dresses...
if you happen to have a crush on vintage like me...
you will appreciate it:)
A few weeks ago when I showed you my finished row along quilt...
I had several emails asking me about the dress in my front room.
I have a dress form that I like to keep vintage dresses
on and change them out from time to time.
This one is my current choice.
It's made from my Millie's Closet fabric collection...
and yes it is made from a vintage vogue pattern:)
I have been collecting vintage patterns for a long time....
I can never pass these beauties up
when I see them in the thrift shops...
so I have quite a few that
I've picked up over time...
and these are just a few!
Of course you know that I love everything vintage ...
and I love all of the colors and the
feminine details of vintage clothing too.
It seems those kind of things
are left out of modern styles somehow.
My daughter Kassidy loves vintage too.
She has such a hard time finding dresses and skirts
because the styles are all way too short for her long legs.
But there is one place that she can always count on...
it's a favorite of ours...
They sell all kinds of vintage style clothing.
Just look at the white tulle skirt above.
Kassidy loves this one...
she is a dancer and want's it in her closet ASAP!
Along with this vintage green gingham skirt...
so perfect for summer.
We love this dark plum dress too.
It would be perfect to show off some vintage jewelry ...
don't you think?
And look at this polka dotty one..
it would be sooo cute for school!
Kassidy has this mint green one in her closet.
There are so many other vintage styles to choose from ...
I just showed you a few of them.
Here is a link to the
if you want to look for yourself:)
I am so happy there is a place
that produces clothing in
the vintage style that we both love so much...
pretty...feminine and modest:)
How about you?
Do you love vintage dresses and skirts like I do?
Did you already know about Shabby Apple?
And do you have a hard time passing up old patterns like me?
I'd love to know:)