Unless you live in New York, where it has been unseasonably warm this year, you’ve probably stocked up on sweaters for the winter weather. While knit sweaters are cozy and adorable, they don’t always look super stylish. I’m 5’0 with curves, and I can tell you that, more often than not, knit sweaters end up … Read More
Evening Dress, Edward Molyneux: autumn/winter 1935, bias-cut velvet. "This work in the popular mermaid line style of the 1930s, is the triumph of Molyneux's golden age. The bias-cut fabric encases the body closely, and the gathers at the seams create a beautiful drape. In the 1930s, styles exposing feminine curves returned to fashion. Hair, which was short in the 1920s, became longer again, and previously knee-length skirts became ankle-length..."