Long A-line dress in paisley print
Kathie Figgins' wardrobe consisted mainly of garments from New Zealand, especially those from Elle Boutique, which was owned by her sister-in-law Wendy Ganley. After 1972 her priorities changed when she stopped work to start a family. Jeans became the practical clothing choice, apart from some special favourites for going out. Kathie didn’t return to full-time work for more than a decade, so having the opportunity to provide alterations for Elle in exchange for new clothing was a source of pleasure for her during the rest of the 1970s. Read more about 1970s fashion in the New Zealand Fashion Museum publication The Age of Aquarius: A 70s Revolution in Fashion.
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