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Please please dress me now 

Always true to you, darlin, in my 50s fashion

Image credit: Photo by Amelia V. Burch Shull

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Uploaded: Apr 12, 2006 | Post Comments

Image Archives: Stories: Amelia V. Burch Shull

  • Scissor Sisters sport sassy shirt styles. Sliced and retied up the back equals form-fitting in the front (model: Chelsea Birchfield-Finn). Cut up the middle of your sleeves then tie them together to make a T-shirt a tank top (model: Maggie Parker). Spring is coming! No more turtlenecks herejust a happy, free shoulder (model: Tess Kenlan).
  • Cutting-edge fashion
  • Scissor Sisters sport sassy shirt styles. Sliced and...
  • Photo by Amelia V. Burch Shull
  • Mar 8, 2006
  • Cutting without a care (model: Ava Page). For a subtle low-cut V-neck shirt, cut two slices in a V, but dont cut through the bottom of the V. Tie a ribbon around the base of the V and loop it underneath the front of your shirt and out the side two slots you cut. Tie the ribbon in the back to cinch it to fit you.
  • Cutting-edge fashion
  • Cutting without a care (model: Ava Page). For...
  • Photo by Amelia V. Burch Shull
  • Mar 8, 2006

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