Okay! So, as I begin sharing from the beginning of this dear catalog, I'm going to start with ladies' and girls' fashion. From everyday frocks to evening wear, hair accessories, to hats. Since the catalog has a few items with other listings (not particularly in share friendly order) I'll do my best not to make any doubles show up/two weeks in a row, of similar items- that will keep it interesting for the lot of us!
Just so y'all will know the lay-out; I'll give a full on view of the page/pages, then a few close ups of items of interest such as a slogan, the outfits that are styled, price range chart, etc. And each time you see a series of dashes (-----) just imagine your favorite childhood chime that you remember hearing as a tape or record reminded you to flip the page as the reader continued to tell the tale. :)
Okay, are we set? We'll have to begin with page five since the few before, along with the imaginable fabulous cover have been left behind, Heaven only knows where. *sigh* Anywoo, the page that has acted as so called cover, has stood up quite the fight and managed quite well it seems, keeping the pages beneath well protected. It features five dresses, each one progressing into something else a little bit more dressy than the last. With exception of the smaller one pictured of-course. Style "F" priced at $4.74 , would have to be my personal favorite from this selection. I just love that lop-sided neckline look! :)
We again have a few more choices following suit from the page (pages) before. I must admit that the casual Style "B", on second from left draws my eye. Also, Style "L' (fourth on the right page) because of the more daring caped shoulders and slightly hugged hips.
Commentary on these pages? Well, Styles "F" & "G" (styles on either side of the binding) stand out for obvious reasons, unique bodices along with the bias sewn seams that slim out the hips, especially in Style "G". The little slogans also are quite striking and smart as well. :)
Favorite this time around? Yeah, I'm gonna hav'ta say that Style "G" (first on page right) with the polka-dotted collar. That double contrast collar speaks of the time too fluently for me to bypass it. :)
That's all for today! Thanks so much girls, for taking a peek into some fabulous past time fun! ;) Please do make sure to tell me your favorite shots. And, if you come across an idea that would make this all the more fun, make sure to voice those as well!
Which was your favorite dress?
Do you have any ideas for the future posts to be better? More photos, close-ups of, scans or pictures? Commentary or none?
What would you love to see up next? Hats, PJ's, shoes, junior's?
the Elder Sister