This is the first dress I ever bought at beyond Retro (or, my mom did and gave it to me, to be honest) We spent a weekend in Stocholm, and she bought it at Beyond Retro when we had a shop in the SOUK-mall. Maybe 4 years ago I think... maybe 3 years. I've only been wearing it twice I think.
This is a Lanvin dress i bought at Beyond Retro. i think it was longer before, but that the former owner made it a short dress. I love it, the fabric is so soft and it's a great dress when I don't know what to wear.
This dress is one of the most embarrassing. I feel like a garbage bag wearing it. It's my mothers old dress, H&M from the 80's. I cut of the lenght of it, and I'm hiding the pinguin arms with a cardigan.
I bought this dress at Beyond Retro (surprise, again) But when I got it, it was longer and had arms on it.. it made me look like an old granny. But, I cut it of, and voila! This is the dress I wear when I don't know what to wear, and everything sucks.
So, this is dress of day 4! I bought it at beyond retro for a party, about 2 years ago... I never used it at the party, but this is the third time i'm wearing it! 70's dress with sequins and pearls on front.
This is a 90's silk dress from Bloomingdales that I bought at Beyond Retro for about 6 months ago. This is maybe the 4th time I'm wearing it, I think! It's so comfortable but i feel like a teeny tiny girl wearing it!
Oh my freakkin lord, this is only the 2nd day, and I'm longing for jeans with high heels and a suit jacket. But no, 2 dresses down, 60 to go!
Day 1 of the 62 dresses of mine - project, dress 1!
This is a vintage dress from the 40's that i bought in the boutique where i work, Beyond Retro! I remember when i took it out from the box to hang it in the store... i got goosebumps on my arms and prayed to the lord (even though i don't believe in him) that it'd fit me! And, woops! it did!
The 62 dresses of mine project. Well, ok here is the deal. I work in a vintage boutique, I love dresses, I've got dresses that I've never worn, or dresses that are too delicate to ever wear as a every-day garment. But, cut the crap! Nothing is too delicate, too fragile, too much or too less! I've got one dress for every occasion, and I'm going to wear them, every single one of them, as every-day garment. Enjoy. One dress for each day, for 62 days.