This summer, make a recipe blind-folded. Take a pic of the sunrise and sunset.Wear pastels. Call someone instead of texting. Watch an old good movie with friends. Wear a dramatically different shade of lipstick.Try to eat something HUGE. Suprise someone with a smile
E30-7858 Ladies' Evening Gown, circa 1934 This is a remarkable example of 1930's detailing! The bodice and skirt front are in one and shaped at the waistline with tucks for fitting. Fins of narrowly hemmed flounces are incorporated at the side seams of the skirt front and back and placed along the optional sleeves. My version above is shown with the back left open and faced with revers in claret silk charmeuse!