And here we go again — another mahvelous update. Just for you. So many patterns. So many fantastic styles. A few you may especially like (I know I do):
I'm a total pushover for blouses. Especially those with unusual lines and attitude from the 1940s. And Vogue 5658 is just that sort of blouse. Great shoulders. Elegant gathers. This top will definitely make your ensemble.
A fan of Katherine Hepburn? Then you'll want Spadea N-1149. Charles LecMaire designed it just for her to wear in Desk Set.
Feeling more Russian princess? More Carole Lombard in To Have and Have Not? Then don't even try to resist Butterick 5410 from the 1930s. You can wear it out. Or you can wear it at home for his or her eyes only.
And for a perfectly bee-yoo-tee-ful day dress, I suggest Simplicity 2326. Two views, both ladylike and sexy. That's one gorgeous bodice!
And one of my favorite YSL's — so Deneuve — whip up Vogue Paris Original 1690 from the 1960s. I love it. Don't you? Say yes. That is the correct answer.
These beauties are just a fraction of the newest additions at The Blue Gardenia. You'll want to check out each and every one. And the newest patterns are always at the beginning of each category. Because we want to make it easier for you to find them, natch.
And, of course, any — or all — of these lovelies can be yours. Just drop by The Blue Gardenia, where the patterns are counted, the jewelry is sparkling, and domestic shipping is free. But you knew all that, didn't you? Of course you did. (And, yes, we do ship abroad. Absolutely. With enthusiasm. Shipping fees do apply.)