You are no pea in a pod. You aren't.
You'll make your very own maternity clothes. You love the 1950s and early 1960s silhouette for expectant moms. You do. And you're going to start with McCall's 5373, copyright 1960. You're going to make both versions. For the office, View A. You'll use that yummy Italian linen/silk/cotton from Michael's Fabrics. So businesslike. So smart.
You'll make View B out of shantung. Perhaps that luscious green one you've been salivating over at Gorgeous Fabrics. That color is the most. Truly. And so flattering against your skin. Yes indeedy. It will be great for a dinner out on Saturday night at one of those romantic little restaurants where the ivories tinkle and the linens are crisp and clean and very, very white. And you'll take advantage of the chi-chi dining experience to wear your new vintage Hattie Carnegie bracelet and earrings. So beautiful. So minty-mint. So dazzling. Oh. So. Very.
And, yes, ma'am, this pattern and this sparkling jewelry set can be yours. Just drop by The Blue Gardenia, and shop, shop, shop. The details about this stylish maternity ensemble: Bust 36, complete except for skirt facings, $25. Don't you adore it? I do. I do. I do.