Here’s a look at a few daywear and sportswear ensembles of the mid-1930s!
Sweeping popularity of ribbons The ribbon girl has arrived in all her glory. It is some years since the ribbon epidemic has been assigned a
There’s a revolutionary new Kitchen Art cooking at the Tappan Gas Gallery. Suddenly, you’re not just cooking. You’re creating! Because your Tappan Gallery gas range
An Edith Head original from Hollywood! “The Birds and the Bees” hug-me-tight blouse For 1 Lucky Woman in 400 In Bates Disciplined Mist Lawn $10,00
You will marvel at your whitest, brightest wash or we pay you The new, thin flakes dissolve instantly! Thus Blu-White instantly acts 2 ways at once!
Woman’s Day “Switch-Mates”: 3+3=12 A+B 1. The smart casual suit is off to college, the big-city job, or anywhere. Versatile as the weather are this short
Party aprons and serving holders Ever since Madame Schiaparelli wore lovely aprons as part of her hostess gowns, we’ve been on the alert for something
American needlework: Weaving by Rose Wilder Lane Weaving, the crisscrossing of strands together to make a fabric, is the only art craft to engage and
Dickies Coveralls Iron-clad guarantee If Dickies Coveralls don’t turn out to be the toughest outfit you own, we’ll give you your money back and a
Make-overs for a head start on spring As welcome as the first spring days of March is a wardrobe pickup. It’s a good idea to
By their fads, ye shall know them (1975) By Carol Kramer – The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts) December 6, 1975 Can you find your look?
Assorted vintage prints and patterns Cotton prints — chrome mordant colors, slop padded and discharged with oxidizing agents Vertical patterned fabric with dots Cotton printing
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