Create your own updated version of January Jones’ Mad Men look by shopping for structured dresses, full skirts, boxy jackets and graphic prints for that ladylike look. To feel ultimately pretty, incorporate variations of pink into your ensemble, especially in a lace cap sleeve dress for the ultimate feminine statement.
The best part about stealing this trend is that every woman can look universally flattering in a '50s style A-line dress or skirt because the silhouette hides any problem areas in the upper legs. If you are a little more petite, try a skirt that hits above the knee to elongate your legs. If you’re taller, one to the knee or just past the knee will give you the total Marilyn Monroe-glam look.
Topshop Sleeveless Lace Dress $96, Sam Edelman Yelena Ankle-Strap Sandal $140,
BCBGMAXAZRIA Croco Leather Clutch $160, Alex and Ani Expandable Wire Bangles $78,
Ralph by Ralph Lauren Cateye Sunglasses $89
When we think of the 1950s, Lucille Ball in polka dots immediately comes to mind. Who doesn’t want to embody the iconic funny girl? A black and white option above the knee and closer to the body will give this classic trend a new modern twist. Plus, it’s unbelievably sexy. (Just make sure the dots aren’t large enough to make you look like a bullseye.)
The right accessories will also instantly perfect this look. Classic peep-toe pumps, a chain bag and oversize sunglasses basically scream '50s glamour. If you are opting for a black and white neutral dress, try a colored shoe in red or purple for that pop of color.
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