This magazine of Handicrafts and dresses is dated June 15th, 1921. Let's see if there are any good ideas for our summer wardrobe.
This is a full view of the patterns in the magazine.
Aprons for the big and small.
Summer dresses and coats.
I think they look so modern in the drawings, and look how the little girl is running in her new checkered dress.
Perhaps you should crochet a lace for a chemisette or a summer nightgown? The modern girl would use the lace for a top for clubbing.
Summer walking coats and a travel coat, with hats, naturally. We want to protect our lovely dresses from dust and rain. You can click all pictures to enlarge.
Lignerie for big and small girls.
Summer hats. The little girl on the right top corner (sewing instructions for her hat below her picture) makes me think of Milly-Molly-Mandy.
I hope you enjoyed the fashion review. For more vintage loveliness, visit all the blogs on Coloradolady's link list here.
"Small minds seldome differ" I was just thinking of Milly Molly Mandy when I saw the girl in the centre of the 2nd photo. Yes those dresses wouldn't be out of place in my wardrobe today- they look so comfy and practical compared with the Edwardian styles which preceded them.ReplyDelete
The illustrations are so stylized & modern for 1921! Thanks for sharing this fashion review :-)ReplyDelete
1921 fashions sure have changed! Thanks for visiting my blog, happy VTT!ReplyDelete
Lovely illustrations! I always enjoy your posts.ReplyDelete
I have never been into sewing, but I assure there are plenty in blog land that will enjoy your post today. Great for VTT.ReplyDelete
Oh, aren't these terrific!!ReplyDelete
Those are some great fashion pages! So many beautiful clothes and accessories!ReplyDelete
Vintage fashions always work for me. I love them. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
These patterns are really amazing. I just love the Deco lines and styling. I wish I could make something like them! I still haven't learned to sew- It's on my bucket list.ReplyDelete
Hey I need a new dress for a wedding I'm going to this summer...I see quite a few I would enjoy!! They look comfy too and not too old fashion at all!!ReplyDelete
Take care and thanks for sharing!
It's always fun seeing the vintage styles and how fashions change through the years!ReplyDelete
Some of those dresses look like they would be wearable today.ReplyDelete
Wonderful illustrations, thank you so much for sharing them with us!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful post..I so enjoyed looking at the fashions. Those aprons just stole my heart..they're wonderful. Have a beautiful weekend and Happy VTT..ReplyDelete
Oh I just love the 20s fashions! These are all gorgeous! The hats with the summer dresses are just fabulous...love the "feathery" one!ReplyDelete
I love the vintage fashions. So pretty.ReplyDelete
Aside from the "lingerie" I'd say these illustrations really are quite modern in their design. And a girl would look quite chic wearing anything from this pattern book even in 2010! Happy VTT!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness what a great magazine. Eventually all styles come back, right?ReplyDelete
How fun to see these great fashions of days gone by! I love this!! I know a few people who would love to have one or all of these fashions! Have a great VTT!ReplyDelete
I do love the old fashioned clothes they were so stylish.ReplyDelete
OK I love these finds! I would love to have these and frame all of them for maybe a guest room or large wall. They are adorable!ReplyDelete
I'm now following you and would like to extend the invitation to become a FOLLOWER on my blog as well.
Hope to see you tere,
I think it would be fun to stitch one of those dresses and wear it - we could start a new fashion trend!ReplyDelete
That is a fabulous find - how fun!ReplyDelete
I love this fashion review, Ulla! You have great finds, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Und wer weiss, irgendwann wird die Mode aus den 20er Jahren vielleicht wieder ganz up to date ;-) ! Auch in der Mode wiederholt sich ja vieles!ReplyDelete