Made in Italy by Roslein

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In my most recent thrift haul, I scored a few pieces that were made in Italy in what I’m what appears to have been the 60’s.

This happy frock is one of them. :)

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I’ve tried to find more information on the history of this brand, but have had no luck so far. :/

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Awkward Pose Alert!

If you look closely, you’ll notice one of these things is not like the other.

See it?
See it?

When I got this dress home, I quickly noticed it was missing a button. Luckily I keep a big tin of leftover buttons in my sewing room. Not so luckily, I didn’t have any pale pink ones that were the correct size. I don’t think it’s too noticeable, do you? And if it is, I suppose I don’t really mind folks being able to tell I’m the kind of girl that knows how sew on a button. :)

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Don’t hide those life skillz!

If you’re the kind of girl (or guy!) who doesn’t know how to replace a button, check out this post I wrote a while back.  I think it breaks it down pretty well.

Cheers!

 

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