Stylin’ With Flair!

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Mary Mulari’s Garments with Style: Adding Flair to Tops, Jackets, Vests, Dresses, and More!
Mulari
1995

Submitter:  I had to laugh at this one when I found it today on shelves in the small public library where I work. It’s only 16 years old. Only.

Holly: I would have guessed late 1980s by the pictures.  Did people still wear prints like that in the mid-90s? Either way, they are no longer “garments with style.”

 

 

16 comments

  1. Well, I, for one, would still wear the tuxedo shirt with the floral stuff on it, except I’d want a dark colored shirt like purple or royal blue as I never wear white anymore.

  2. Please tell me I wasn’t the only one who saw “flair” and immediately thought of Office Space. Yes, I know it’s a different kind of flair, but we all know people who think if some is good more is better, whether it’s tacky buttons at a chain restaurant or dated prints on “garments with style”…

    1. @anne: it was what I thought of first. 🙂 Best scene in that movie is the whole flair discussion.

  3. Oh, Anne and Mary beat me to it, but I also thought immediately of “Office Space” and Jennifer Anniston’s character being called on the carpet for not having enough “flair” on her uniform.

  4. I hate to sound overdramatic, but I will DIE if somebody doesn’t find a copy of Sweatshirts with Style and post tons of pictures.

  5. I kind of like the wool striped vest with the squares (but only if they were actually embroidered and not sponge-painted). It would pair well with a dark purple cord skirt and boots, very etsy! But, yes, the book needs to go…

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