May Day Madness
So, we have all gotten the little cups with popcorn and M&Ms dropped at our door. But we wanted to look for a more adult twist on this idea. Through 504 Main, we located many gifts in a jar. A featured item was a miniature golf date in a jar!
I love this idea and I think you could really add your own spin to this gift giving idea. Who might be deserving of such a May Day gift?
Golf Fashion Through the Years.
Golf has always been the place to be fashionable for women. Having the right shoe and ensemble is just as important as how you play the game.
The basic ensemble of the 1890s was a simple blouse and a long skirt about 3 inches off of the ground. This sleeves often made a full swing difficult and the golf club often got caught up in the skirt. Can you imagine?
The Twentieth Century
Women began to prefer the jacket, skirt, and blouse ensemble. However, around 1909 the jacket was replaced with a cardigan. This might have provided a bit more comfort.
Finally, Jersey material was introduced. The cardigan and the skirt were often made of jersey material. This provided for more comfort.
The golfing sweater vest became the latest rage. This allowed for more movement in the swing.
The one piece golf dress was all the rage. The skirts and sleeves were shorter. I think this is a fun look. Love those stockings!
1930s and 40s
Dresses modeled fashion trends. The skirt did not get shorter and many stylish patterns were available.
It was common for women to where a blouse, skirt and often a cashmere sweater. Golfing shoes were becoming a new fashion statement. Some women even wore nickers and blouses to the range.
Most women wear shorts, polos and cute golfing shoes on the range. What would you prefer to wear?
My favorite look is the 40s. It is classic. Perhaps, we should plan a retro day at the range? Trisha Trixie has been working away hard to make many golfing items. Keep an eye on her site for more details!