The Belted Shirtdress
I am convinced that, around the 1950s, women began holding annual meetings to come up with very ordinary ways to toy with men. Past dockets included:
-Driving a Karmann Ghia with the top down.
-Wearing a man’s shirt.
The silk crepe georgette shirtdress has surely been discussed.
It really doesn’t pay any attention to men at all. So easy. So comfortable. There are only hints of the female form underneath, fluttering in and out with each step you take or whatever position you’ve found yourself in while lounging on the togo.
In reality, there is no meeting because we aren’t that important. However, the results are the same, clearly born from your connective intuition.
We never stood a chance.
The Belted Shirtdress (No. 5393). Seductive 100% silk crepe georgette. Body is lined, sleeves unlined. French seam finishes, knee length. Gathers at front and back yoke. Gathered waist seam with elastic. Long sleeve with gathers at shoulder. Adjustable self-fabric covered buttons at sleeve cuff. Self-fabric tie belt. Six self-fabric covered functional buttons with loops at center front placket. Imported.