Elegant and emphatically hot pink, this carefully home-sewn dress will have you and everyone else seeing in Velvet-Vision. Short sleeves and boat neckline with Peter Pan-style collar, bodice fitted with darts, all come together to make a swingy, kicky party dress with a slight flare. We’d be lying if we didn’t say it had a little bit of both Joan and Peggy from Mad Men. As they say on the show, “A thing like that!” Click here for more views and sizing information.
For rich, mysterious fabrics, you can’t do much better than the liquid loveliness of velvet. This 1970’s women’s blazer-style jacket is crafted in a deep chocolatey brown crushed velvet. Two recessed-center brown buttons close the jacket in the front, and there is slight gathering at the shoulder. While this piece is clearly styled in the seventies look, it still manages to look timeless. Very fluid and supple fabric, just perfect for cold-weather wardrobes! Click here for more views and sizing information.
Velvet – The most luxurious, softest, richest fabric you’ll ever get your hands on. Mix that with vintage and you’ve got one powerful statement. Below is King Velour himself in an awesome dinner jacket from non other than MonsterVintage.com. You can look just as slick by clicking my picture below… Continue reading