At first I turned down this (no-label-intact) dress because it has pointy lapels. I don't like pointy lapels. But my fellow bloggers are so crafty and creative, I just asked myself: WWCFBD? (What Would Crafty Fellow Bloggers Do?) I turned the collar to the inside, didn't even need to cut or stitch, and now the dress has the clean neckline I like.
I really appreciate the herringbone print and the slinky fabric. It looks close enough to the classic Diane von Furstenberg 70's dress that I'm considering it a cousin. I added pale grey leggings and black booties for Fall. I think I like my thrifty find now! (Total cost of dress = $3.00).
|Thrifted dress: no label; Booties: Sofft; Earrings: handmade by a friend|
|A timeless original, worn by the designer, 1976.|
Are you a fan of the wrap? Did/do you own an original DVF?