Welcome to another Special Guest Feature on Vintage Indie.Theresa is passionate about preserving the past and incorporating it into the modern day. Pull up a chair and find some fabulous inspiration from Theresa and then head over to Blue Velvet Vintage for a full line of vintage fashions to fit into your every day life. When people find out you deal in vintage clothing for a living, one of the first things they want to know is what the most popular eras or styles are that you sell. It’s always a tough question to answer, because the vintage market attracts those who choose clothing because they love a specific era, its classic style or unique look. So at any given time we’re selling a mixed bag of styles from the 30s right through to the 80s.
NEW YORK, London, Milan, and Paris, proclaimed the fall fashion trends 2009/2010 in three words, simple, chic, and elegant. But far in Australia, the trend of vintage-style swirl in a style perfect solution to easily and inexpensively. The virus is transmitted back to vintage by the couple Fiona and Keith Baverstock who recently garner the largest exhibition of vintage fashion in Australia, The Way We Wear Fashion.
The February issue of "V" fashion magazine features "size", with a much publicized viewing of large size models wearing current fashion trends.
Oddly, when it comes to vintage, most people assume that the entire population prior to 1980 was tiny and slender, without curves or any additional body padding. To the contrary, sizes for larger vintage lovers are there if you seek them out.
This is a cute pink vintage fashion with beautifully design and looks more elegant and sweetly.
with glamor mode and beauty black of belt.
goods for your party times and formal performance."I think in times like now, consumers will return the principle of value for money, not more prestige," said Fiona Baverstock who also works as a stylish this. According to Fiona, with a pretty collection of vintage clothing, a person can have a personal style that is not inferior to the fashionista with a fashion label. "In addition, if consumers bought clothing from 1930 with quality that is still good, it actually adds value to their own fashion," he continued, as reported by Reuters. Yes, the vintage can be a good business opportunity for the perpetrators of Australian fashion. Especially because the fashion industry Kangaroo country is getting a pretty crushing blow of recession which made some manufacturing and paritel have to lay off employees.
SPRING fashion is firmly rooted in the past with the most playful looks of last century making a comeback this year. Fitted blazers with nipped in waists worn over shrunken waistcoats evoke memories of Studio 54, while cropped boxy jackets pay homage to vintage Chanel and add a classic touch for a perfect day to evening transition. If I had to narrow it down, the first thing at the top of the vintage top seller list would be dresses. Designers have definitely caught onto this and have been showing lots of vintage inspired dresses for several seasons now. it's more beautiful for your performance.
There is a nautical influence to tailoring with clean high waisted white trousers and cropped shorts adorned with silver trimmed buttons that create an effortless cool. When people find out you deal in vintage clothing for a living, one of the first things they want to know is what the most popular eras or styles are that you sell. It’s always a tough question to answer, because the vintage market attracts those who choose clothing because they love a specific era, its classic style or unique look. So at any given time we’re selling a mixed bag of styles from the 30s right through to the 80s.
Christie's London will present an auction of 20th Century fashion from a private collector on Thursday, October 30. Even if you can't bid, you should try to attend the preview currently open and ending on the 29th. This will be an opportunity to see fashions from such important designers as Pierre Cardin, Paco Rabanne, Andre Courreges, Rudi Gernreich, Ossie Clark, Vivienne Westwood, Azzedine Alaia, Gianni Versace, and others. During my years as a seller of vintage clothing, I've run into this label a few times, but I can never find any information about this designer or design house. All of the garments I've had by Rappi have been from the 50's and 60's, and all but one were cocktail or evening dresses.
This dress looks more elegant in your party and formal situation. with black color and beautiful design with unique motif in black color too. There is not long sleeve motif. and little black bangles in there. This is long dress with glamor design for you to make your performance beautifully.
Henry Rosenfeld started his career as a shipping clerk in Manhattan's garment district. He worked his way up the ladder at Bedford Dress, Inc. before striking out on his own in 1942.
The war years were a difficult time for the garment industry due to government restrictions on fabrics and designs. Rosenfeld had contracted to buy fabrics for his line just before the OPA (Office of Price Administration) was preparing to set ceiling prices on fabrics to control inflation and help the war effort. Many garment manufacturers cancelled contracts to purchase fabrics in order to take advantage of the new, lower prices. But Rosenfeld was smart. He honored all of his contracts at the agreed-upon prices that were set before the ceilings went into effect. In later years, when fabric shortages affected the industry, grateful fabric manufacturers gave Rosenfeld first choice.
This is long dress with shiny black color and beautiful motif in there. This is with long sleeve motif and glamor bangles in black color.
The photo is in soft focus, so you may have difficulty making it out, but the dress is fashioned from black taffeta with the lace covering the bodice and forming the sheer cap sleeves. The scallops at the edge of the lace extend beyond the taffeta for an alluring neckline. The dress was originally sold in brown, red, navy, and black and retailed for $69.95. Model wears a black velvet bandeaux hat and a rhinestone bracelet. She carries a tiny clutch purse. This ad appeared in the November 1949 issue of Glamour magazine. With flower motifs make her looks more sweet and elegant.