No. 2190 – How to wear a shirt dress
Shirt dresses were sometimes called “shirtwaist dresses” when they first became fashionable during the 1950s. The 1950s version of the shirt dress was launched as part of Christian Dior‘s post–World War II “New Look” couture designs, with a full skirt held up by wearing a crinoline. They often featured a notched collar, and elbow-length sleeves with cuffs. More informal versions of the shirtdress, made of cotton, but retaining the full skirt and collar, became a staple part of many women’s wardrobes during the 1950s.
Stripe shirt dress / Brown coat / Gianvito Rossi heels & pumps / Red top handle bag / Glass jewelry / Post earrings
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