Plus Size Flight Attendant Women's Costume Dress
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|1X||Jacket Waist||44 1/2"||113cm|
|1X||Waist||41" - 44"||104cm - 112cm|
|2X||Jacket Waist||47 1/2"||121cm|
|2X||Jacket Length||24 1/2"||62cm|
|2X||Waist||44" - 47"||112cm - 119cm|
|3X||Jacket Length||24 1/2"||62cm|
|3X||Waist||48" - 51"||122cm - 130cm|
- 100% polyester faux linen fabric
- Tailored jacket has faux-pearl buttons at center front
- Jacket has princess-cut seams, contrasting collar & sleeve cuffs
- Pencil skirt has elastic back waistband, zipper & button closure
- Elastic belt has hook & loop fastener at back
- Foam hat has white piping, wing on side anchored w/ gold-tone button
- Exclusively, made by us!
"Come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly away"
It's always fun to take a nostalgic trip and visit the past through glamorous rose colored lenses. Take air travel for instance. No, wait, don't think Wright brothers, that's too far back. Let's look at the refined era of air travel in the 1960's. This is a time when every little boy wanted to grow up to be a pilot and for everyday people, boarding an airplane was viewed as a once in a lifetime event.
What do you picture when you think about flying in the 50s and 60s? We're betting that you're picturing the impeccably dressed flight attendants, or as they were called before the 70s, stewardesses. At this time competition between airlines was fierce. These days you'll be grateful if you get a bag of cookies with your tiny cup of soda. Back in the day airlines might serve steaks cooked to order, turtle soup served in a tureen, and of course whatever cocktails you desired. Naturally, to keep up with this high-flying lifestyle the flight crew had to have plenty of skill. They not only had to serve the complicated meals and announce flight plans and security measures but they had to make sure the social elite stayed securely buckled and in their places.
If you think you could tell Elvis Presley to stop swiveling his hips in the aisle and buckle his seatbelt for landing then you probably would have made a great 1960s flight attendant. You'll look sharp in this bright blue uniform with its retro flair and perky little cap. Just put on your uniform and make that final boarding call, it's time to fly, fly away.
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- One StarBy Anonymous | November 3, 2022
Was weird and looked more like a waitress. It was a goofy looking outfitBottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend.Was this review helpful to you?
- Let's fly away!By GIG | November 2, 2019
Loved the costume! Everyone complimented me on it. A few minor things I didn't like, such as the shoulders didn't rest comfortably and the white collar was sewn on weirdly.Was this review helpful to you?