Posts Tagged: Vintage Clothing

Vintage 50s Fashions: Better Living Through Chemistry

After WWII, DuPont delved into making ‘Modern-Living Fibers’ such as Nylon, Orlon, Dacron, Rayon and Acetate. Their theme was BETTER THINGS FOR BETTER LIVING…THROUGH CHEMISTRY. Now dresses could not only be rich and beautiful, but practical too. The fabric blends lent themselves to be drapable and packable. It’s interesting to note that only natural fibers… Read more »

Those Vintage 70s Fluffy Angora Pant Suits

Here we go with one of the wackier 1972 fashions – yes folks, a full-on angora pant suit from Sears. From their Junior Bazaar ‘Holiday Knits’ collection, you could choose a baby blue tunic and pants, or a raspberry pink knit smock top with cap sleeves and pants. Either way, you would be sporting head-to-toe… Read more »

A Merry Vintage 1935 Christmas

I was flipping through the December 1935 issue of Delineator magazine, and found some great material. It’s interesting that, while in the midst of the Great Depression, they managed to project a glorified zeitgeist of the day. The cover photo is of two adorable children beautifully dressed as angels, perhaps for a Christmas play. A… Read more »

My Vintage Scottish ‘Outlander’ Sweater!

I am a huge fan of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander book series, having read Outlander, Dragonfly In Amber, and Voyager. I also just finished watching the entire 16-episode Outlander series; which I still trying to recover from! It’s one thing to read about all the grisly truth, it’s another thing to see it portrayed. Phew! But… Read more »