Some Classifications of 1950s Dresses

Solid 1950s dresses

1950s dresses has become the fashion of many people’s pursuit. But what does 1950s dresses look like? There is an article mentioned, 1950s fashion women’s dresses all looked simple, elegant and lively, which are the trendy qualities of women.

Solid 1950s dresses

Look at picture1, an A-line dark red dress for a semi-casual look. The top part is designed with wing collar combined with V-neck cut. The buttons are hearted shaped to elevate feminine touch along with an embellishment of frills on the center. An attachable ribbon along the waist can be worn. The dress is a combination of semi-formal and feminine style. And, we haven’t even told you the best part: the sash isn’t sewn onto the dress, you can choose whether to put on it.

Polka dot dresses

Again, picture2, inspired from the retro 1950s swing dress, a little black dress with white polka dot pattern perfect for a casual summer look. The neckline is a boat neck style and with cap sleeves. An attachable black ribbon on the waist to add flare to the dress. A form fitting bodice that emphasize the shape of the body. A flared-out skirt comfortable to wear all day long. And, we haven’t even told you the best part: the sash isn’t sewn onto the dress, you can choose whether to put on it.

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Printed dresses

Take care of picture3, this charming retro dress with lemon print embodies the summer in it! The A line midi cut will look amazing on you, while the small sleeves add so much sweetness to the dress. The beautiful lemon print on white background just adds freshness to the dress and so much serenity. The invisible zipper on the back makes it easy to slip on while the cloth belt will accentuate your waist.

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