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1957 Vouge

1957 Vouge

Modest doesn't mean frumpy. Dressing with Dignity! http://amzn.to/1qeVHv9

Modest doesn't mean frumpy. Dressing with Dignity! http://amzn.to/1qeVHv9

Mademoiselle,1959 Chanel suit I Was Born This Year.....

Mademoiselle,1959 Chanel suit I Was Born This Year.....

Vintage Chanel 1960

Vintage Chanel 1960

Coco Chanel à Biarritz en 1928 // Coco Chanel in the French seaside resort of Biarritz, 1928

Coco Chanel à Biarritz en 1928 // Coco Chanel in the French seaside resort of Biarritz, 1928

Coco Chanel a Parigi - 1926 gonne plissettate o pieghe piatte facevano parte del suo guardaroba

Coco Chanel a Parigi - 1926 gonne plissettate o pieghe piatte facevano parte del suo guardaroba

1920 love love

1920 love love

Beachwear, Jean Patou: ca. 1929, rayon knit jump-suit with matching cape. "...This is a piece of Jean Patou's, who worked with sportswear from his early period. The 'garçonne', a new style for women popular after World War I, aimed to eliminate the gender bias in clothing. Women started wearing pants, which had formerly been a symbol of men's attire, although they were only worn inside the house or at resorts..."

Beachwear, Jean Patou: ca. 1929, rayon knit jump-suit with matching cape. "...This is a piece of Jean Patou's, who worked with sportswear from his early period. The 'garçonne', a new style for women popular after World War I, aimed to eliminate the gender bias in clothing. Women started wearing pants, which had formerly been a symbol of men's attire, although they were only worn inside the house or at resorts..."

1940s mens fashion - Google Search

1940s mens fashion - Google Search

Men (at least the highly fashionable ones) wore many accessories in the 1920s. Notice the different types of hats (here we see fedoras, straw boaters, and Newsboy hats). Canes were popular accessories as well as small rings, tie pins, and collar pins.

Men (at least the highly fashionable ones) wore many accessories in the 1920s. Notice the different types of hats (here we see fedoras, straw boaters, and Newsboy hats). Canes were popular accessories as well as small rings, tie pins, and collar pins.