July is at its end, and my tolerance for the humidity is, too. (Actually, I have no tolerance for humidity.) I'm not quite over summer--yet--but would dearly love a few sunny, hot, DRY days. Not that I'm likely to get them in Michigan in August.
Game of Thrones has me craving snow and big cloaks with fur at the shoulders. But more on that later. There's still plenty of summer here! Next week's shop preview is here.
1970s halter sundress, by Fritzi.
1960s lace-trimmed Peter Pan collar blouse.
1960s deadstock green ruffled polka dot shift, by Charmode.
1950s poppy print puff sleeve blouse, by Helene.
1950s Native American blanket print dress.
1950s nylon plisse bib blouse, by Glenwear.
1960s mod pique shift dress, by Parkshire Original.
1950s sunset plaid blouse with pique cuffs and collar, by Ship 'n Shore.
1950s crepe floral sailor dress with belt, by Leslie Fay.
1950s fitted lace blouse, by Alice Stuart.
1960s blue gingham romper, by Byer California.
1960s deadstock orange striped girl's dress, with bow at neck.
1930s sheer sepia plaid chiffon bias cut dress.
1960s dandy striped cotton oxford, by Russ.
1960s floral voile dress with tie belt.
1970s teal floral print dress.
1960s dot print cotton day dress with rickrack trim, flocked flowers on pockets, and tie-back sewn-in belt.
1960s tulip print polished cotton shift dress, by Lahaina Casuals.
1950s blue satin party dress with tulle skirt decorated with sequin circles.