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Wedding season is upon us. I’ve got several to attend this summer, and my guess is that you do, too. Which means you are probably stressing out about what to wear (I know I am!). Because as much as we all enjoy celebrating our loved ones’ happy days, the wedding guest wardrobe can be a hard thing to perfect.
Here are some tips and rules to set you up for wedding guest success!
The most well-known rule of wedding guest attire is to never wear white, which really translates into: don’t upstage the bride! But, this rule has relaxed a little bit, so while wearing white and ivory is still out you can get away with cream-colored clothing and patterned dresses with white backgrounds.Read the full post >
Spring has sprung, and with it comes the overwhelming urge to gather your friends and family for a dinner party of epic proportions - outside, of course. Forego the tried-and-true tropes that generally define an outdoor dinner and kick it up a notch with a 1950's-themed party. Whether you decide to cook everything yourself or organize a potluck, there are a number of interesting recipes you can use to transport you and your guests back to the decade of Spam (you don't have to use Spam, we promise - unless you really want to).
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If you obsess over everything to do with the 1950's (the hair! the clothes! the movies!), then you may sometimes find yourself wishing that you could be transported back to that era. Even if just for a day, what would it be like to experience life in America during this transformative decade? Well, buckle up, Daddy-O, because we're about to carry you back to the age of sock hops and poodle skirts, Shabby Apple style.
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The women of the 1940s were the perfect blend of style and substance. With World War II taking over the international stage, they stepped up on the home front, looking sleek and chic all the way.
The United States’ entry into World War II in 1941 changed everything, including hemlines. With fabric and other goods now rationed, skirts came to the knee and not an inch longer. Women favored the “convertible suit,” a short jacket, A-line, knee-length skirt and blouse, which could be easily transformed into evening wear by shedding the jacket once the workday was over. With no silk stockings available, many women gave the illusion of stockings by drawing a line up the back of their legs with eyeliner. And for women streaming into factories and other traditionally male industries, pants became the norm for the first time.Read the full post >
A perennial favorite, the blazer has been around since the late 1920’s when Coco Chanel popularized the chic silhouette. Designed to be worn as a separate, the versatility of the blazer has always been one of its best assets. It’s the perfect wear-anywhere staple to have in your wardrobe. We can’t get enough of a good blazer…Read the full post >