I am a sucker for any type of button detailing, and that's why I couldn't pass up this slightly too big vintage 70's dress. Well, the fact that it was $1.20 didn't hurt either! (I know it may look like one from the 80's, but I promise you it's not built like one from the 80's and I looked it up).
The sleeves swallowed me so I decided I would attempt to remove them. From there, I took in the sides, starting under the arm and stopping at the waist. Then, I finished the arm holes and hemmed the bottom up 5 inches to hit at my knee.It still felt like the dress was missing just a little something, and since I am up to my eye balls in vintage lace and trim (more on that soon), I thought... why not add a little to the neckline? Perfect! I love it and I can't wait to wear it!