25 April 2013

Disco Dress

Do you ever see a dress and think of dancing, drinking beers, laughing and having a great time rather than how you'll look, or if it will it hide the flaws you obsess over? That happened to me when I saw this one. Its so playful and I could tell just by looking that the skirt was made for twirling. Even though its a 1960's vintage, the pattern reminds me of half a dozen spaghetti strap tank tops I wore in middle school that were probably inspired by beauties like this.
I bought it from one of my favorite stores, Rust Belt Vintage and had intended to wear it on Easter but the weather didn't cooperate. Now that spring has arrived I hope I can wear it as often as possible.
Dress: Rust Belt Threads

13 comments

  1. The pattern, the cut - everything about this dress is perfect!

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  2. That is a GREAT find.

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  3. What an amazing find! The pattern is so exciting and different! Love it.

    xox Lara www.weheartbeautyblog.com

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  4. Ahh, I can't wait to see it on you! The pattern on it is gorgeous! How do you find these things in vintage shops??

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  5. Ooh this is really cute. I love it's print and the fact that it appears to be trimmed with velvet.

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  6. That would be so cool, it's actually some kind of soft fabric similar to the rest of the dress but velvet would be a lovely touch

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  7. I'm so sorry I haven't replied! I have been on blogging semi hiatus bc work is a madhouse. Check your email!! :)

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  8. It's so perfect! Yeah, it totally reminds me of the 90s :) I'm happy that the 90s are coming back into style.

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  9. This is glorious! Reminds me of Missoni. Such a great pattern!

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  10. That dress is amazing!! :O

    <3 Megan
    http://kiddotv.blogspot.com

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  11. This dress is beautiful, I love the colours!

    Maria xxx

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  12. This pattern is so exciting and different! Love it.



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