Print Top for Travel Wear for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: Relaxation Attire
Quote of the day: “Justice and power must be brought together, so that whatever is just may be powerful, and whatever is powerful may be just.” Blaise Pascal
Our “vacation” is now ending with a post about unwinding. I’m combining the same print top from dinner (here) and exploring (here) in yet another look while still using only the items taken in our suitcases! By this time on a long trip, I must admit to being a little tired of the sames items of clothing worn over & over. That’s why I wouldn’t be a good candidate for Project 333. And why I’ll be happy to start a new clothing series next week!
50’s Print Top: I put on my skirt for relaxing because I had the thought that after hanging out in the afternoon I could go straight to dinner without changing my outfit!
60’s Print Top: Nancy was considering giving these pants away because they were somewhat baggy around the mid-drift area. That’s why she took them on her trip so she wouldn’t care if they got “ruined” (walking in the rain, leaves wonderful stains, you know?).
70’s Print Top: Since mom’s blouse is relatively long, she felt comfortable wearing it with her leggings for hanging out on the ship!
Bon Voyage and lots of smiles!! Do you think I changed up all the outfits enough?
Here’s some printed tops with sleeves: