Featured vintage is a rare beauty: Prominent Designer A955 Body Hugging Top & Gypsy Skirt 1975 and oh that skirt! Panels of multi-colored fabric with a true "gypsy" flair. These Prominent Designer patterns from the 60's and 70's are usually spectacular and rare.
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More on the plain side but still caught my eye is : Simplicity 5146 Adorable Jumper in Day or Evening Length 1972 which would also be a cute sleeveless summer dress.
Check out this Mail Order 9152 Hot Tamale Sheath Dress & Jacket 1960's woo hoo! Shades of Marilyn Monroe --
There's something about skirts - versatile and easily can be plain or fancy for any occasion: Simplicity 2383 Lovely Afternoon Skirt / ca. 1948 for any casual outing
I recently listed a blouse and while researching I found one other and of course grabbed it. It's very special indeed so here is a link to both of the blouses and the most recent one is UNCUT! Simplicity 2589 Romantic Old World Blouse / ca. 1948
Here's another awesome one that I had last year and it blew off the shelves quickly - I'm sure you can see why:
If you have a special event to go to this New Look might fit the bill or maybe this one will: Butterick 4299 Oscar Winning Jacket & Dress 1995 - the first thing I thought of was a red carpet movie star wearing this.
What a charming & pretty day dress :
Probably the neatest newer one listed today is a Vogue design from Carol Horn: Vogue 1348 One of a Kind Jumpsuit 1980's with a unique and edgy look.
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