Decade-by-Decade Vintage Fashion Looks — Glamourdaze

Get the look from the 1920s to the 1970s – Whether you’re a vintage clothing fan or just love retro styles, it’s always fun to take a bit from the past and incorporate it into your wardrobe. Each decade had iconic styles from the well-tailored looks of the 30s all the way to flamboyant outfits…

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Moda de los 40 en réplicas de muñeca

Four 40s frocks and their doll equivalents – One of the pretty young dancers of the musical show, “Panama Hattie,” is Miriam Franklin, who is wearing a buttoned-bodice dress of beige Juilliard wool and a black velvet halo-hat. Her costume and the others on this post were copied in miniature especially for Vogue. These are shown…

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1940s Fashion – A Day in the Life of a Model — Glamourdaze

A day with a 1940s fashion mannequin – And now let’s drop in to the house of England’s number one glamour girl Joan Richards. A girl who turns her charm and ability into a business asset. Joan has a long and busy day ahead, splitting her modelling duty between giving shows for the troops. The telephone…

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Summer Beach Fashions in 1950 — Glamourdaze

One-Piece Swimsuit and a big straw hat ! – Last month in his Paris salon Edward Molyneux broke a proud Paris tradition by showing a sportswear collection labelled “selected in America”. He included bathing suits and sportswear by the American designers whose 1950 summer beachwear is shown on this page. Black suits and big hats go…

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Vintage Fashion in Movies

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One of the most popular scenes from The Devil Wears Prada is when one of the main characters, Miranda, played by Meryl Streep, explains to one of her uncaring employees as to why fashion is so important–not to her, but to society. In the film she tells this individual that even though she acted as though she had no interest in the fashion industry or in the outfits she wore daily, the fashion industry was responsible for pouring billions of dollars into the economy and providing thousands of people jobs. Moreover, every piece of clothing she wore was custom created by a company due to what someone had considered fashionable. Whether she had considered it or not, she–and everyone she knew–was directly impacted by fashion.

Fashion has a lasting impact on everything; from the uniforms worn at fast food restaurants to outfits artist wear on the cover of your favorite…

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