Hello dear readers!
Today I have just a simple coordinate snap for you. It’s the first time I’ve posted a picture of me in this dress! It was a present from a dear friend of mine and I love it very much. Because of that, I wanted to make sure that when I posted it, it would be an outfit I’m proud of.
So, here it is:
Hair ribbons- Metamorphose
Blouse- Anna House
Jumperskirt- Jane Marple
Tights, shoes- Offbrand
The mini-length and graphic style of this Jane Marple jumperskirt reminds me of the 1960s right away. These days we might think of free love, psychedelia and drug-taking when we think of the 1960s. Personally though, what I like about that era are it’s more innocent aspects, and in fact there are quite a few!
Some of my favourite movies were made in the early ’60s: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, My Fair Lady. As well as that, the popular women of the 1960s had a more girlish air than that of the previous decade; slim and delicate creatures like Twiggy and Audrey Hepburn. In fact, it was a time when girls could be girls, and were free to express their cuteness! That’s a bit in common with our Lolita spirit, isn’t it?
With this outfit I tempered cuteness with primness. Black accents add a bit of hardness to the baby-doll cut of the dress, and while the blouse is frilly the necktie is formal.
I hope you liked my coordinate! What are your thoughts about the 1960s? I’d love to hear them!
See you next time,