This is no April Fool's joke, y'all!
On a recent jaunt to Goodwill, looking to expand my professional wardrobe, I found this dress. It's handmade, y'all, with the tiniest of stitches. It fits like it was made for me, but to look at it I would place it somewhere in the 1940s. The button plackets are reminiscent of sailors, and the side closure is made with snaps instead of a zipper. If I can manage to get the small makeup stain off the collar, this will be the best bargain I've gotten to date at a whopping $6, and in constant rotation until I can't wear it anymore.
The dress is floor length as it is right now, and I would love to wear it more, so I am taking it up to knee length, but that leaves enough fabric and an intact hem for a whole second skirt on the bias! When I buy fabric to make a slip, I plan to get enough to line the skirt too. It's all making me VERY happy!