Pretty In Pink Princess Vintage Dress Up

Introducing the Pretty In Pink Princess dress up dress from the 1980s. While this dress is completely wearable it has small stains all over it that make it perfect for the dress up box.

$15.00 plus shipping.

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This dress has sleeves that are made to be worn off the shoulders, the cuffs are elastic and the belt is not attached.

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Measurements are taken flat;

Shoulders: 13 inches
Sleeve: 14 1/4 inches
Cuff: 6 – 12 inches
Neck:  19 1/2 inches
Bust: 19 1/2 inches
Waist: 16 inches
Hips: Free
Length (Shoulder to Hem): 45 1/2 inches

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A few of the stains, as you can see they aren’t horribly visible which makes this a great dress to add to your child/rens dress up box.

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A bit of Sunshine on a Cloudy Day

I am sorry I haven’t posted anything new in a while, the weather this winter has gotten us down and Mommy couldn’t remember her password to my blog. Lame I know but it is true.

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1960’s Lemon yellow straw bubble hat with wide yellow ribbon and bow topped with a piece of yellow patent leather or vinyl and matching button. Bright and cheerful perfect for a spring day in the part of brunch with friends in the city.

1980’s Heart dangle earrings give this outfit just a bit of bling.

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1950’s Yellow linen wiggle dress. Front has a faux zipper pleated, the metal zipper is down the back. Matching belt that is the matching yellow on one side and white on the other, I turned it around to break up the solid color of yellow.  This is beautiful dress that is perfect for summer time with its sleeveless look or add a cardigan and are ready for cool summer or fall evenings.

The bit of lace is from the petticoat worn under the dress, I believe it gives it a bit whimsy.

 

Merging several different eras together can give a pleasing look.

Each of these items can be found in my Mom’s Etsy shop, http://www.kvclothing.com

Katherine 

Black Flower

What is I used: 1980’s Saks Fifth Avenue Dress, 1980’s White and Black 3 strand twisted necklace and 1950’s White Capulet (Hat).

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 What inspired me: I really liked the style of the dress with the large flower at the hip and the flower like shoulders. I chose the necklace because it matched the dress and it pulled the white out to match the hat as well as makes the necklace POP. The hat has a lovely black veil and rhinestone brooch.

Mom’s Notes – For a better description of this dress please check out link below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can find this dress in my Mom’s shop https://www.etsy.com/listing/109911525/1980-saks-fifth-avenue-black-satin?ref=af_shop_favitem