We have been counting down days to the release of the Emmy award-winning Marvelous Mrs. Maisel last week! The lust-worthy costume design has millions of women hooked. For fans of the costume design the show conjures a longing for an era when women wore dresses rather than pants and dressed to get the mail. In an effort to scour the internet for 1950s - inspired clothing with knee-length hemlines and a-line cuts we found a few reliable sources to be 1950s inspired in 2018!
Adored by Gwenyth Paltrow, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Victoria Bekham, this quintessentially British luxury brand started out with a focus on cashmere. Goat dresses are classically tailored with timeless appeal and are 1950s inspired but are made for the modern, confident, active woman. Goat sizing tends to run large; they have no equivalent of a size “0”, but we believe the high quality material would make it easy (and worth it) to tailor. Below is the Graduate Pencil Dress from Goat, almost completely matching Midge’s outfit when she moved into her new apartment in episode 4! For incredible deals, visit Goat Fashion on the Outnet.
2) Lela Rose:
Lela Rose is a New York City-based, American fashion designer who was formally trained as a painter and sculptor before enrolling in the Parsons School of Design. Her clothes have an elegant, timeless aesthetic, made with rich materials. Her clothes are sold internationally at major department stores such as Saks, Nieman Marcus and Bloomingdales. Below are some our favorite dresses from this brand. We can just imagine Midge attending a lavish winter party in this open-neck coat dress in season 1 or a summer picnic in this orchid pleated skirt dress in season 2!
3) Zac Posen
Nothing gets that 1950’s bombshell look like Zac Posen. Cherished by starlets like Dita Von Teese and Amber Heard, Zac Posen can turn any figure into the perfect hourglass. Remember the red dress Midge wore in season 1 when her ex-husband returns for dinner? This red dress is a dress on a mission. Emulate this look with some of our favorite dresses from Zac Posen.