Wearable Wednesday Holly Fulton

Mother Fulton is missing a lot of placemats.



I’m going to need to borrow those eye-shields, Ma’am.


Let’s just say what we are all thinking. BEWB SWEAT!


This is a blue plate special of wrong with a side of pit cleavage to go.



I’m still getting a little pot holder, kitchen linen vibe, but it’s ok.


‘Louis! Turn up the music- she’s wearing the skirt!’

‘I can’t hear you over that squeaking, Ben, what?’

“never mind, Louis, you muttonhead. ‘


Joseph told her he wanted to play more games in the bedroom. Wanda obliged with a parchesi skirt.


Oh, I pray to Coco and Betsey that you can see what this is doing to her bust.


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25 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Holly Fulton

  1. I kind of like #5, but the rest look like they’re made of bits and pieces from the linen cupboard. The shirt dress in #2 looks nice except for the length which makes it dowdy. Models have flabby bits at the ‘boob-arm junction’ too!


  2. I guess the designer was going for the play of hard and soft against each other. While the shapes are simple enough, she misses the mark on the boob tubes. The shoes are nice and it is a joy to see waistbands sitting on waists instead of hips. The Parcheesi outfit is nice and while all the models seem to be wearing something shiny/vinyl at least they all could be interchanged with each other. If the white top with the teal geometrical skirt could be made in linen with cut-out embroidery it would be darling.


  3. I like several of these. My favorite: the second one, and sorry, I have to say this – longer skirts are NOT dowdy; they are elegant and ladylike. Of course they can be dowdy but it’s not the length that makes them so; it’s the overall style.

    Well, anyway… better get off my soapbox now. I also sort of like the “kitchen linens” skirt and top and the parchesi skirt but perhaps with a different top/bodice (I can’t tell if it’s a dress or a skirt and top)


  4. sewbussted says:

    I wish my placemats were so pretty! I was lovin’ it all until I got to the funny pointed bandeau top. What??? The best part though is that I would have missed it if not for you. You have an eye like no other 🙂


  5. I just noticed this Holly Fulton set at the bottom of your last post! Believe it or not I made patterns and garments for Hollys first 3 shows at Fashion East several years ago?? I must admit this collection isn’t one of my favourites, but I do like some of the others. !! 🙂

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