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WWII jumpsuits this is what women wore while working in factory's and other areas, while our proud men were in the Military

WWII jumpsuits - worn by women as factory workers, mechanics, and any other type of job where you needed hard wearing work clothes.

vintage coat...I love the giant buttons of three different sizes and pretty much everything else about this.

Vintage coat from Montgomery Wards Fall catalog. I love the giant buttons of three different sizes!

Beautiful Vintage

1952 - Model Anne Gunning wearing a camisole sheath in white pique. (photo by Norman Parkinson) - (vintage lady, style, fashion, dress, hats)

as we move to modern Dior Haute Couture I end vintage with this my favorite…

Christian Dior, Vogue Paris, perhaps the inspiration for Glinda's "wicked" gown.

1957 Chanel Jacket "The hardest thing about my work is enabling women to move with ease, to move like they're not in costume," said Chanel.

1957 Coco Chanel, White blazer and skirt. Chanel was credited in the post-World War I era with liberating women from the constraints of the "corseted silhouette" and popularizing a sporty, casual chic as the feminine standard of style.

This shows the evolution of fashion through the 60s. Starting off with dresses that more or less resembled Dior's 'new look' and moving toward what styles we will see dominant in the early 70s.

Sewing the - Dressing the Decade. A study on sewing patterns, year by year High quality Vintage maps. I definitely love the 1960 and 1961 style!

This divine original 1950s Pat Hartley dress is one of my absolute favorites. So sad it doesn't fit me as I would be wearing this one in t...

This divine original Pat Hartley dress is one of my absolute favorites. So sad it doesn& fit me as I would be wearing this one in t.

Red silk jersey evening gown by Halston, American, c. 1976, when he was at his peak. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, Roy Halston Frowick came to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute. He opened a millinery studio in the early 1950s and later moved to New York to launch his dressmaking career. Halston soon became known for his classical designs in silk jersey and Ultrasuede.

Evening gown, c. 1976 Silk jersey Born in Des Moines, Iowa, Roy Halston Frowick came to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute. He opened a millinery

Couture Allure Vintage Fashion: Friday Charm School - How to Enter and Leave a Room Like a Lady

Personalized Photo Charms Compatible with Pandora Bracelets. Couture Allure Vintage Fashion: Friday Charm School - How to Enter and Leave a Room Like a Lady

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