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Six Months Out │ Vintage Dresses

Fashion is usually six months ahead of the current season. So, if we're just starting Fall, that's when designers reveal their Spring line. And when Summer starts, that's when Winter wear is introduced.

I think, because we humans find it difficult to stay content with what we have, and are always looking for the next good thing, God created seasons. No. Actually, that's not where I was going with this. While it's true seasons keep things fresh and change is good, we need something to look forward to --something to change the averageness of our day.

And that's where "six months out" comes into play. I can be freezing my tush off but just knowing it'll be bathing suit weather and dress weather alleviates pain from my current weather condition. Truth is, I love our Winters here in nor-cal. They're mild. And warmish. And amazing.

Summers are brutal. And hot. They're unforgiving and eternal. So, I don't wish for bathing suit weather now. At all.

Regardless, fashion speaks to the retailer in me. And looky here. I have dresses. They're coming for you. I replenish my shop with dresses, like this one hitting the rack soon, regularly. All year long. From the 1940s to the
1980s, I have them.

And having said all that, I hope your winter is wonderful. Happy Winter!

-HJS

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