Gwynneth Stone, 1942 by Olive Cotton
Gwynneth Stone was a friend of Cotton’s and was an artist and dress designer. Cotton wrote: ‘She was slim and graceful, with great poise and serenity. I enjoyed taking her portrait.’1 The portrait of Stone exists in three known variations ...
Mom at Oberlin (Louisiana) High School - 1948
Classic 1940's "Girl Next Door" look. I only wish she had posed in a more photogenic location at Oberlin High School. The building was a gorgeous building that was demolished to make way for temporary 'shacks' ! @ #!%#?! Sometimes I just don't understand this society. We used to aspire to dignity and grandeur in everything. From school houses to fire houses; now we desire it in nothing.
Women's 1940s Pants Styles- History and Buying Guide
Women's 1940s pant fashions included wide leg trousers, slacks, dungarees, overalls, pinafore pants, coveralls, and denim jeans. History and shopping guide.
Summer Chic, 1930's Style - Jason Lees Design
Stripes, solids, and polka dots, all in flattering cuts – simply timeless. They sure knew how to do casual elegance back then. And how chic is this lovely couple? Hey, is that a Drum Roll Necklace she’s wearing? Just kidding.
Vintage Clothing & Dresses – Retro Clothing Styles | Unique Vintage
Step into the perfect vintage-inspired dress, top, swimsuit or skirt with cute, retro fashions from Unique Vintage. Shop now for free shipping over $150!