Glamour Bunny is a shop with a variety of dresses designed to turn heads and stand out from the crowd. The fabulous range of colors and simple, curve-hugging fits make Glamour Bunny a popular choice for women who love the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s and want a true pin up style.
The pin up and retro dresses are based on 1950s dress designs, created with a modern feel for a truly one-of-a-kind creation. In each piece you’ll notice a hint of the cheeky seduction that Hollywood icons such as Betty Grable, Jayne Mansfield, and Marilyn Monroe made popular. Each dress is cut and designed to show off your body and enhance your natural assets, giving you the confidence you need to look and feel your best.
Some of the most popular dresses at Glamour Bunny come in basic black and have a sensual silhouette that isn’t overly revealing but still shows off any woman’s sexiest assets. The Joan Dress in black is perfect for the woman who wishes she could dress like Joan Holloway of Mad Men, with three-quarter sleeves, a boat neck line, soft and stretchy cotton fabric, and a 1960s-inspired silhouette.
For a little black dress that’s a little more revealing, the Lapel Dress is available in black or yellow and gives you the perfect Dita Von Teese look with its halter neckline and color coordinated belt with a white buckle.
If you want a 1950s-inspired pin up doll dress in adorably fun colors, the Strawberry Cream Dress is perfect for you with its strawberry print flowing skirt, green belted middle, and white top with a halter tie. For a less innocent, purely seductive style, check out the Tiki Temptation Dress, with a halter top and below-the-knee pencil skirt available in red or leopard print.
For fierce pastels that can be dressed up or down, the Wicked Wendy Dress is a fitted spaghetti strap dress available in pink, green, or lilac.
Whether you’re a classic pin up doll, a fierce rockabilly lover, or a Mad Men loving vintage aficionado, there’s a dress available at Glamour Bunny that’s perfect for you and your body. Browse through their website and discover what a little curve hugging can do for you.
When you think “Pinup Girl” the first though that comes to mind may be of those scantily clad vixens posed provocatively in Snap-On Tool Calendar pages or the unforgettable American fetish pinup Bettie Page.
It is quite true that the original pinup models were the sex symbols of their day and that their images gave happiness, hope and inspiration to the G.I.’s during World War II, but there is much more than sleazy-easy sex appeal to the pinup style. After all, glamorous and talented actresses in the 1930s and 1940s like Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich were considered pin up girls just as much as Jeanne Russell, Lana Turner and Betty Grable were, and Bette Davis’ personality is what really made her gorgeous.
Pinup girl style today looks back to the idealized glamour of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, but is inextricably linked today with burlesque shows, rockabilly music and custom cars. Modern cheesecake ladies combine their vintage outfits with tons of tattoos and hair dyed in primary colors and may even decorate their home in retro designs to complete their modern pinup girl lifestyle.
Fearless and modern with no qualms about enhancing her natural assets, pun most definitely intended, a pinup girl has confidence in her natural form, and takes pride in the grooming and formality necessary to achieve the pinup look. Sharing their strong feminine identity with the world, modern pinup ladies take the old styles a few steps forward and showcase bad-ass jewelry and patterns within their look like skulls, tattoo flashes or suggestive red cherries and barbed wire on top of their heavy ink.
A pinup girl today rejects the modern fashion trend that encourages unhealthy stick-thin women who would rather die than have a muffin top to keep on exercising and dieting in order to fit into H&M designs. Instead, she buys her clothing from designers and boutiques like Starlets and Harlots, Modemerr or Bettie Page Clothing and ‘structures her assets’ with corsets from Bibian Blue and exquisite lingerie from purveyors such as Kiss Me Deadly and Secrets in Lace. She steps out in style each day of the year and never for a moment regrets the figure she was born with.
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