Here’s a look back to the most beautifully stylish vintage clothing for women from the mid-1920s, with tips on how to choose the finest fashions.
In an age when comparatively few people have room for ball gowns, top French fashion designers live in surroundings which make their most opulent evening dresses look like the natural outfits to wear.
Throughout the 1800s, clothing styles for women changed considerably. Come take a trip through history with this gallery of more than 200 corset styles!
Looking for some DIY ’70s clothes? Here are some quickie, kicky, catalytic young wearables to make out of this and that for next to nothing!
From 1950: A white hat, a flower hat, a wide feather-light straw so sheer that the sun shines through… This spring, hats have a lovely quality of becomingness.
Take a look back to the year 1914, and see what clothing fabrics, colors and cuts were the most fashionable for women!
Steel fashion plate for January 1859 Dinner dress of peach blossom silk; the skirt double, and trimmed by a cordon of passementerie, mixed black
Most women’s shoe styles originate in Europe. Top-notch U.S. designers adapt European styles to U.S. taste. New designs sell first in the highest price brackets, from $16 up.
When it comes to 1950s spring fashions for women, there are more straight shoulders than last year. Are skirts shorter? Yes, but not unbecomingly so. Fourteen or fifteen inches from the floor, according to your height. The newest hat is almost shoulder-wide.
An Eastern corset dealer, who has in his time evidently written editorials for a circus, claims that his corset makes any thin figure a vision of loveliness, baffling description, and defying exaggeration.
After years of deliberation and search through the fashion centers of the world, women have been brought to the realization of exactly what they require in the way of fashionable corsets.
Hats of the season Nothing strikingly new in the advance millinery models – The saucy tilt still apparent Feminine fashions are about as uncertain a proposition
Polished, professional… and pregnant (1987) From the time you begin to show, you want to look your professional best. These tailored — and sophisticated —
For more classic fashion from the twenties, check out Vintage Women: Adult Coloring Book #3: Vintage Fashion from the Early 1920s and Vintage Women: Adult
If you’re expecting a baby (1941) If you’re expecting a baby… Free! Maternity style book – Lane Bryant maternity clothes enable you to dress stylishly
Bobbed hair – is it here to stay? by Jean Van Evera The furor has almost been forgotten, but not so long ago, a woman’s
They didn’t call Cindy Crawford a supermodel for nothing! Below, check out a selection of her fashion magazine covers from the mid- to late-eighties. Cindy
Showtime: Mothercare fashions are a hit >> Also see: Polished, professional… and pregnant: Maternity clothes from the ’80s Workdays: For moms on the go Let’s
Here’s a look at a few daywear and sportswear ensembles of the mid-1930s!
Slaves to their corsets It has always seemed to us to be somewhat of a satire on the work of nature that the female form