A stunning collection of casual tailoring with a subtle neutral palette. I love the combination of stripes, feathers and lace; it creates a textural juxtaposition which works brilliantly with the soft gentle fabrics.
The silhouettes of the 1940s, 1950s and even the early 1960s were perhaps the most feminine and beautiful of all. We saw cinched in waists and bigger chests, they were real hourglass figures. As women we come in all shapes and sizes and we should embrace who we are.
This image was taken from the 1962 Frederick’s of Hollywood spring catalogue, I love how it emphasises the feminine curves.