27 Replies to “Vintage Clothing – The Perfect Fit”

  1. Thank you all for the kind words on the dresses! I'm so glad that many of them fit. I'll be posting additional videos of trying on more of the dresses in the upcoming week, so stay tuned!

  2. Wow, they all look great, my favourite is the polka dot one, but I am biased when it comes to dots.

  3. Wow! I just have to say that you are soooo hot! All of those dresses look amazing on you, but the black & green and the purple dresses are just out of this world and really flatter your figure. best of luck on your search for more treasures!

  4. You look so pretty – the perfect shape for those dresses. I'm old enough that I remember when those dresses were fashionable – and now they are again. Thank you for sharing.

  5. All 4 and the top look like they were tailored just for you. I really like them all on you. Looking forward to seeing the rest of them!๐Ÿ’•

  6. I have to ask, whatโ€™s the tune at the beginning?
    I love the workmanship in the stonework of your house,

  7. I love the dresses. The first striped dress with under arm stains you could have the top removed and bottom made into a skirt, or just wear a sweater or jacket over it. Check out Evelyn Wood. Her channel she refashions clothing.

  8. Breathtakingly lovely! Youโ€™re a dream and your hair complements you in every one! Love it girl! You rock those vintage dresses!

  9. Very nice…what happened??? to women of today's generation…as a man growing up in the late 40's through the mid sixties…it was a joy to see feminine ladies…not the unisex, boyish look of the current scene. My late mom had dresses similar to the four you modeled. You look simply wonderful in those vintage styles! Like you stepped out of a time machine.

  10. Renee ๐Ÿ˜Š Your face and eyes were Priceless showing off your dresses!! ๐Ÿ˜ I enjoyed so much. Girlfriend those were made for you sweetie ๐Ÿ˜‰ you looked amazing!!

    I come from a family of seamstresses on my Momma's side ๐Ÿ˜œ I watched my Grandmother Mary make the same beautiful dresses. She was so gifted. My Momma and my Aunt's made & wore those styles ๐Ÿ˜€ You flooded My mind with so many wonderful weekends & holidays.

    My parents (Glenda & Melton) married first then… My Momma's Sister (Loana) & My Daddy's Brother Alton) got married.
    Momma's parents lived in the city of Dallas (Granddaddy was a famous piano tuner) Daddy's parents were Ranchers in Mabank Texas (The Ranch is 80 years old now… We call it "Down Home")

    Every Saturday we'd all be at one Grandparents then Sunday the other Grandparents. We grew up with best of both worlds ๐Ÿ˜
    We always dressed up for our Grandparents & took play clothes to change into after lunch.

    Lifestide are great shoes & very well made by the Brown Shoes Company also the same makers of Naturalizer shoes. I know this for I was in store management & sales for 7 yrs for Naturalizer ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ
    $30 bucks was a steal for your High heels/pumps that style started at $45 in the 80's when I was in sales. Brown Shoes Company made the same High heels for both stores. ๐Ÿ˜˜

  11. Dress #4 was my favorite. They all fit you perfectly! (But, oh! The ironing!) and I did indeed dream about Dead Horse Beach, But it was here on the Oregon coast. Rather disappointed when I woke up.

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