Last Saturday, I picked up this sheer, tulip-sleeved, “secretary,” dress at the St Vincent de Paul. The belt was missing, but I have an ample collection of my own. (I imagine the belt looked like the one on this very similar, but shortened, version of the dress sold at Nasty Gal Vintage.)
Dress, Bill Berman (thrifted). Slip, thrifted. Shoes, Nine West. Bag, Apt 9. Earrings, self-made (I copied Erin). Necklace, thrifted.
A sheer dress requires a slip. Fortunately, the dead old ladies send plenty of those to the thrift store, too.
Not only is the dress raspberry-colored, but the fabric is printed with little “seeds,” too.
I thrifted all of these dresses:
Not all of the thrifted dresses are still in my wardrobe, but I’ve worn the pink sundress, the khaki (now dyed dark blue) shirtdress, and the white 70’s dress to death.