How to wear an Elaine dress and still be you. Did you love Elaine from Seinfeld’s hippie/granny/festival wardrobe? Me too. Those long floral dresses and blazers, and her gorgeous curly hair and cool brogues – she looked just like her character would look in real life.
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This black and tan “Elaine” dress was just picked up a couple of days ago, while out thrifting with my dear friend Bryan. It’s likely a late 80’s-early 90’s frock, made by Carole Little. Thrift price = $3. I adore the way these dresses glide over the body, and the length means: no leg shaving needed today 😊.
The cotton bowler hat was thrifted in Vancouver, at My Sister’s Closet. It’s my new summer favorite. The steampunk cuff bracelet was found at Citizen Rosebud’s Etsy shop; her store is open again so go see what treasures Bella is offering.
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