And she wore petticoat white and summer sky blue. 

Welcome to today’s vintage style fashion pick.

My blog posts often feature swing dresses or circle skirts. To complete the vintage look, and compliment an outfit, I should like to present from http://www.lindybop.co.uk a selection of net petticoats.


26″ Black Petticoat (worn as a concealed petticoat) that adds extra fullness and shape to dresses and skirts and is ideal for layering under a Swing Dress. The petticoat features layers of net fabric in a tiered design, a ruffled hem and is wider than a full circle for a fuller effect. Approximately 7″ deep elasticated waist band and approximately 26″ long. Priced at £25.00. 

28″ Red Petticoat (worn for a peek of colour below the hem) that adds extra fullness and shape to dresses with flared skirts. The petticoat features two layers of net fabric in a tiered design, a ruffled hem and is wider than a full circle for a fuller effect. Approximately 7″ deep elasticated waist band will help give a flatter waist. Approximately 28″ long but some leeway depending on where the petticoat is worn on the hips. Priced at £25.00.

30″ White Petticoat (worn as a beautiful extra feature for an outfit) that adds extra fullness and shape to dresses with flared skirts. The petticoat features two layers of net fabric in a tiered design, a ruffled hem and is wider than a full circle for a fuller effect. Approximately 7″ deep elasticated waist band will help give a flatter waist. Approximately 30″ long but some leeway depending on where the petticoat is worn on the hips. Priced at £25.00.

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* https://www.lindybop.co.uk/clothing/bottoms/petticoats.html

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