For the woman costume from the 1950s, the classic flap and excellence is the poodle skirt. This type of skirt is often reflected in Halloween costumes, school plays, recitals and dance 1950 “theme nights. The skirts are typically a-line, knee length and can be done in a variety of colors. The crucial element the skirt that will unequivocally as an 1950s fashion statement is the fluffy poodle figure reflects above the bottom hem. the elements of your own office or skirt found inexpensively from a store local deals can be transformed into a fashion statement 1950 with some simple improvements.
- Find an elbow length, A-line skirt or dress in your closet in a thrift store or a discount store.
- Draw an outline of a poodle with a soft head, tail and feet on a piece of cardboard and cut in it to use as a stencil.
- Trace the template on a piece of black or white felt and cut it.
- Apply poodle figure down, the skirt before using fabric glue.
- Glue the pieces of the stick or cotton for the poodle using fabric glue to make it pop off the skirt and give it a texture.