Hello, fabulouses, and welcome back to the blog!
Oh! I have been way too excited about sharing this AH-mazing dress with y’all! It is my Halloween costume for this year–*gasp* I can’t believe I actually planned one in advance this year *wink*–and I may or may not be wearing it again just for fun…you know, embracing my FAVORITE era in clothing *wink* Oh, can I just go back in time to the 1950s?! Hmm…well, just time-travel there to get some awesome apparel then come back to 2015. *wink*
I found this wonderfully vintage-inspired frock online on Pinup Girl Clothing because I follow the company on Instagram. Pinup Girl Clothing is always posting to-die-for vintage looks on IG, and I am always falling head-over-heels for the frocks…SO–I decided to take a risk and order a dress for my Halloween costume. TO MY HEARTWARMING SURPRISE, the dress fits perfectly, and to be honest…after putting it on for the first time, I didn’t want to take it off! Goodness, if people wouldn’t look at me like I was a wackadoodle, and I wouldn’t get the skirt caught in my car door, I would dress like this every single day for the rest of my life *wink* BUT–that’s why we all love Halloween. For a day, we can dress as ridiculous or outrageous as we want sans judgment. *happy dance*
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably saw where I was a part of the Jonesborough Yarn Exchange Radio Show cast for their Haunted Jonesborough episode. I sported my Pinup Girl Clothing for the first time in public, and I felt like a little kid in a Disney princess costume *wink* It was SO much fun getting to dip my toes into some voice acting, and I cannot wait to do another show next month! Be sure to stay tuned to VIP social media for a link to the Haunted Jonesborough episode once it is released online a week from today!
Now, without further ado, take a look at this week’s outfit photos + get the ensemble details!
2 thoughts on “Weekly Whistle: Pinup Girl Clothing | 1950s Style”
That dress is so fabulous! Inspiring me to make some necklaces out of my vintage cherry brooches! :)
Thank you–I thought so too! Ooo–glad I can inspire you :) I love vintage brooches!