Vintage Fashion Article

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vintage fashion article - Vintage Fashions
Vintage Fashions for Women 1920S-1940s: With Values
Vintage Fashions for Women 1920S-1940s: With Values
There is always another old dress lurking around the corner, waiting to be "rescued", says Kristina Harris. A cornucopia of 403 full-color photographs, of fun, sophisticated, frivolous, and glamorous fashions on live models include rich satin evening gowns, fun flapperish beaded dresses, sleek and classic suits, knickered and skirted bathing suits, distinctive cloche hats, beaded bags, elaborate shoes, and a splendid host of accessory items. From whimsical anecdotes to wonderful historical details that help bring the era alive, this book conveys a vivid picture of the women of Jazz and Big Band era. Garnish this with specific and sound advice on using style, construction, and other details to value, identify, date, and further enhance items in your collection. A value guide is included to help experienced collectors and novices alike as they search for new discoveries. For everyone who has admired the fashions of the 20s, 30s and 40s, this book will be treasured possession.

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Vintage article
Vintage article
Taken from 3rd Floor Magazine Graphic by Robyn Atkinson Words by Cheryl Maguire
Ladies Who Lunch-Fashion Article 1955
Ladies Who Lunch-Fashion Article 1955
What shall I wear? I'm driving into the city for lunch to meet the girls.

vintage fashion article
vintage fashion article
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