So what does the look of a poodle skirt with saddle shoes look like? I am probably not going to find a proper picture of a traditional poodle skirt with saddle shoes, so this is a costume featuring this style. Here is a picture I grabbed online (I will seek another picture if unable to use this one):
^ from: www.nostalgicstuffusa.com (best I could find) - This costume represents one of the trendiest looks of the 1950s- poodle skirts and saddle shoes. It does make for a nice costume in modern times.
I guess in today's fashion culture, a traditional poodle skirt would appeal to those who love a flared midi skirt and also like wearing oxford shoes or brogues. I'd keep the look classy with a pretty blouse or some sort of feminine top. Nothing overly sexy or daring as a top. So I wouldn't know about trying this look of a poodle skirt and saddle shoes with (for example) a cropped top of some kind.
Proudly rock some '50s chic with poodle skirts with some saddle shoes if you adore this style. I'm not overly addicted to this look, but I am surely no hater of this look.
Well, what do you think?
Do you love this classic look of poodle skirts with saddle shoes? Have you tried out this look with your outfits? How would you put your own spin on the look?
I should try to do more of these posts in the "Fashion Flashback" category. This topic was really something I thought of for a long while but never made a proper post until now. I hope you appreciate my efforts with this topic and with my many other topics. You've read another post of "StyleSpace by JBM"- a non-traditional fashion blog in which all topics somehow all are relevant to fashion and beauty. Enjoyed your time here? Make sure you are Subscribed and Followed to keep up with the latest posts. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.
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