Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
from Paperblog

Classics never die and the new ideas are always forged, this is the yin n yang of fashion

800
107
7

This mixed lace tea dress from 1929 combines handmade Brussels lace, embroidered net lace, and hand-assembled tape lace.

19
1

This picture represents the mens work wear of the 1920s. They wore long pants and overalls and long sleeve shirts. This picture stood out to me because of how tough these men look. They are very intimidating looking and don't look like someone you would want to mess with. These men worked hard, long hours and were very good at their jobs.

141
17
1

Google Image Result for http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-NvCiXOcGNEc/Tpp1TEUc6LI/AAAAAAAAAmE/dK1MdfIiIfI/s1600/2241vg955.jpg

392
48
2

For Tracy--like if we could get this outfit exactly, that would be awesome. #VivienLeigh #40sFashion

364
43
1

Coat - the fashion of Paul Poiret (circa 1911) echoed the Japanese kimono

289
35
from Folksy

Vintage inspired 1920s felt cloche hat £70.00 >it would look silly on me but i still love it!

243
28
3
from The Huffington Post

#TheJewelleryEditorLoves the pull of the beautifully vinatge 1920's. #fashion

293
32
2

alwaysalwaysalwaysthesea: “ Silk crepe georgette evening dress by Nina Ricci, ca. 1938. (source: Rijksmuseum) ”

3
1
from live-life-in-style.com

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.

129
24
3