The first five dates are a literal minefield of inopportune sweating, nervous rambling, hesitant touching—god help us all—and regular-old excitement.
Add to that some last-minute panic of what you should wear, and you might just give up and order Seamless.
These are the changeable parts of your appearance—you can’t easily change your body shape, but your clothing choice is something you can definitely alter.
Personal style is branding: What you wear does determine the type of person that you’re going to attract.
Today’s post is different than the rest because it teaches you five easy ways to identify a garment’s most probable era based on construction details like buttons, zippers, seams, sleeves and lining.
It’s amazing how history has evolved the most simplest of garment details — and how when you compare pieces of the past, you can begin to see how this “puzzle” of dating vintage clothing isn’t as complicated as you once thought!
I wrote about eight easy ways to identify your garment as vintage, which helped you to recognize whether that great maxi dress you thrifted was actually from the ’70s or was just a 2012 lookalike.