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Vintage dresses for mothers and daughters

by hedgekat Posted 28th Apr 2009 at 12:19 AM - Updated 29th Apr 2009 at 9:15 PM by hedgekat : adding mesh
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This is a new mesh recolour, and means that you will need to download the particular mesh itself in order for this to show up in your game. See the Meshes Needed section or read the text for more information.
Little girls love having a dress "just like Mommy's" and mothers sometimes enjoy dressing their daughters like clones of themselves. Here are some simple gingham shirtwaist dresses for look-alike dressing for all the ladies in the family. (Yes, Grandma can wear the adult dress too if she wants.) Classic styling in a variety of pastel colors is ornamented with tiny buttons, an ivory pique collar and a self-fabric belt.

Teens feel a need to be at least a bit different from Mom so their dresses are accessorized with a coordinating scarf. Mom's shoes are two-toned pumps in three different color combinations while the teens have a choice of oxfords or loafers. Mom's dress uses a mesh from All About Style which is included, while the teen dress requires a mesh from Nightlife.

Little girls' dresses are in a smaller scale check than the larger ones but are otherwise just like Mom's. They are accessorized with oxfords in a variety of colors. The mesh for this dress is also from All About Style and is also included in the rar.


Dresses for the smallest family members are in the same small-scale check as their bigger sisters but are in a different style. A pleated skirt hangs from a snug-fitting yoke which is ornamented with zigzag embroidery and a ribbon flower. The short skirt doesn't impede crawling and matching panties keep the diaper out of sight. High-top white leather shoes support wobbly ankles while baby takes her first steps. These are the shoes worn by almost all babies in the 40s and 50s. Pastel socks match the dresses.
The adorable mesh is from Eclectic Sims Snowstorm has kindly given me permission to include it in the rar file. Be sure and visit her site to see many other delightful toddler outfits and lots of other stuff too.

See pic below for closer views of some shoes.

Additional Credits:
Hair by Genensims, XMSims, Pronupsims, Fantasy Sims, DJMur, Melodie9 and Natrobo
Tags: #vintage, #retro, #1940s, #1950s

Age: Toddler Child Teen Young Adult Adult Elder
Gender: Female
Clothing Type: Everyday
Clothing Style: No Style Historial
Other Type: Not Applicable
Maxis Flags: Not Applicable
Outfit Type: Full Outfit

You must have the expansion or stuff packs listed below installed to use this custom content. Please see the post text for any exceptions.

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toddler gingham.rar

Size: 287.2 KB · Downloads: 14,177 · 28th Apr 2009
287.2 KB 14,177 28th Apr 2009
child gingham.rar

Size: 747.7 KB · Downloads: 6,055 · 28th Apr 2009
747.7 KB 6,055 28th Apr 2009
teen gingham.rar

Size: 1.01 MB · Downloads: 4,952 · 28th Apr 2009
1.01 MB 4,952 28th Apr 2009
adult gingham.rar

Size: 1.11 MB · Downloads: 5,472 · 28th Apr 2009
1.11 MB 5,472 28th Apr 2009
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#26 Old 6th May 2011 at 11:51 PM
Thanks so much for this, I've been looking for vintage style clothing!
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#27 Old 31st Aug 2011 at 4:19 AM
i lov this midle picture and find myself wanting and wishing that i were a little girly i thseses n vintage dresses i love the patal colros and want to be in theses myself i wish i were a little girl please!
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#28 Old 13th Oct 2011 at 3:05 AM
yes i have looked up this page once more and i want to know if nayone out thier could make theses dreses in male tg sizes i am tg and i love thses dreses and want them to wear for myself i love wearing dresses and being tg! theses are some of the best vim ntage dreses i have seen from the era of when girls still knew howmto dress and i am still so envious of thses dresses and want to wear them yes please dresses are s cool! we males should be allowed to wear them whenever we chosse to! i think if theses wee made in lareger sizes for al of is tg males yes please! i would want thses for my girl time's!
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#29 Old 13th Oct 2011 at 8:27 AM
what i would really like is to be like one of the little girls in this picture i o love vintage littele girls clothing and am so envious of it how simple it is you jsut opo it on over your head with a soft sk ilp umderneath and you are good to go add some aoft panties and it makes it al so worth while being a girl and i wish i were a little girly i am tg and wish i were a real girl instead of a stupid male! yes please i want to be a girl! stil more later!
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#30 Old 22nd Jul 2012 at 1:11 AM
Brilliant work! I especially love the toddlers - sooo cute!
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#31 Old 15th Sep 2018 at 3:52 PM
I immediately thought these would be great in a story set in the 1930s.
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