Ladies 50s Costume
What do you see when you think about the 1950s? Do pictures of sock hops and poodle skirts pop into your head, or are you more of a “hot rods and leather jackets” kinda gal? They're all pretty great looks, and no era did them better than the '50s. If you're looking for a fun and flirty style that's hip in any crowd, check out this Ladies '50s Costume dress, and you'll be one cool looking cat, Daddy-O!
So, now that you know how to dress on your vintage-themed outing, have you decided what you're gonna do? We suggest swinging by the malt shop or the drive-in to check out what everyone else is up to, but these days, places like that might be tough to find. Hey, we have an idea for a great way to show off your cheery new sundress! You could always tape some cardboard fins to the back of your car so it looks like a '57 Chevy, take a video projector and an ice cream maker to the park, and set up your own '50s themed outdoor malt shop drive-in for all your pals. That sounds like a pretty swell day to us!
Although, if all that extra work sounds like a real drag, just wearing this cute halter-style dress will add plenty of '50s pizzazz to your party! The bright colors and flowing ruffled petticoat make you the center of attention at any sock hop. Be sure to add some pearl costume jewelry and a pair of sassy heels, and your flirty '50s style will be a hit with whatever crowd you cruise with!
- 100% polyester dress w/ back zipper
- Halter style dress ties behind neck, elastic waistband & back neckline
- Women's 50s Prom Dress
- Petticoat has elastic waistband, ruffled tulle tiers
- Belt has waist ties
|Small||Chest||28" - 32"||71cm - 81cm|
|Small||Waist||22" - 30"||56cm - 76cm|
|Medium||Chest||29" - 34"||74cm - 86cm|
|Medium||Waist||24" - 32"||61cm - 81cm|
|Standard||Chest||30" - 44"||76cm - 112cm|
|Standard||Waist||26" - 39"||66cm - 99cm|
|X-Large||Chest||34" - 38"||86cm - 97cm|
|X-Large||Waist||28" - 36"||71cm - 91cm|
Monster Responds...Hi Mary! I'm so sorry that the costume arrived like that, however I'm happy to know you have the skills available to fix it. I have reached out to you via e-mail with a little something just for you, and I appreciate the feedback. Thank you!