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Winter Fashion Trend: '60s A-Line Dresses


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Fendi Fall/winter 2011

 

 

One of winter’s farout catwalk trends, the ’60s, is making a groovy go-around with A-line dresses and candy-colored accessories.  To snag the blast-from-the-past look, hit up Honolulu vintage boutiques for the “real” deals and steals.

Mini dress, $64, and leather belt, $135, both, Catherine’s Closet Vintage Boutique, 125 Merchant St., Suite 103, 521-0772.
Handbag, (price upon request), Collins & 8th, 560 Pensacola St., Suite 4 and 5, 593-9696.
Lou-Ette polyester top ($16). Barrio Vintage, 1109 Maunakea St., Suite 208, 674-7156.

 

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