Archive of ‘Patterns’ category

Three 1908 Fashion Features

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Here are three fun features from 1908. The first is an article titled “What to Wear and What Not to Wear.” It includes illustrations and descriptive text to help ladies understand the principles of classic, simple elegance. Also includes is a page of “Seaside Dresses for the Children” and one showing beautiful bonnets, aprons, and booties “for the wee ones” by the excellent Mrs. Ralston.

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1909 Ladies Home Journal Article, “What Girls Will Wear This Summer”

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1909 What Girls Will Wear

This is an absolutely delicious six-page article from 1909, titled “What Girls Will Wear This Summer” by Mrs. Ralston (Ladies Home Journal fashion editor). Jam-packed with information, this piece is full of absolutely gorgeous, detailed illustrations of the fashions coming into style for the summer season, including all-in-one dresses (the new rage), blouses, skirts, hats, and more.

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1910 Woman’s World Fashion Feature

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This delightful, four-page feature comes from the November 1910 issue of Woman’s World. It contains the latest patterns from Pictorial Review for both ladies and girls. The accompanying text provides detailed descriptions of each pattern, including appropriate fabrics and colors, as well as embroidery motifs. Lots of fun hairstyles and accessories to enjoy, too!

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ca. 1911 Magazine Article, “What Colour Can I Wear?”

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1911 What Colour Can I Wear?

Did you know that “blue is treacherous” and “brown is a friend–and a foe?” Or how about the fact that a grey-haired matron “ranks as a perfect blonde” if she has pink in her cheeks? This fascinating four-page article is chock-full of beautiful illustrations and fun information on what colors were considered correct for each complexion type.

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