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Blogs about Fashion and tailoring

30 blogs about Fashion and tailoring.

  1. American Age Fashion
    The Clothing of Older American Women, 1900-now. By Lynn Mally. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Eunice Johnson–Black Power Fashion
    Ebony Magazine, via the New York Times, 1991. Eunice Johnson is in pink It is hard to overestimate the contribution of Eunice Johnson (1916-2010) to African American fashion in the United States. She and her …
    By Lynn, 328 words
  2. Beth's Bobbins
    Living history and historic costuming, with a particular focus on women's clothing and hairstyles of the Victorian and American Civil War periods. 🇺🇸 More info

    Original: Embroidered Pocket, 18th Century
    Pocket, English, mid-18th century. LACMA. I've been reading a lot of Laurel Thatcher Ulrich's Good Wives, and selected this month's antique beauty in honor of this passage at the end of chapter 1:"Much better than …
    By Beth, 128 words
  3. Clothes In Books
    Description of clothes taken from a book, a picture suggested by (rather than illustrative of) the words, plus some observations. 🇬🇧 More info

    Aylwin Out in the World - not completely forgotten
    Aylwin by Theodore Watts-Duntonagainpublished 1898 ‘Your [name] is most unusual. I suppose it came from Watts-Dunton’s novel of that name?’ ‘Yes.’ He was reminded of the lounge of his mother’s hotel and the odd selection …
    By Clothes In Books, 1,524 words
  4. Die, Workwear!
    A blog about classic men's clothing and style. By Derek Guy. 🇺🇸 More info

    A Dozen Great Black Friday Sales
    You used to have to muscle your way into stores and stand in long lines to take advantage of Black Friday promotions. Nowadays, everything is online, so you can shop from the comfort of your …
    By Derek Guy, 77 words
  5. Fifty Dresses
    Sewing classic fashions from mid-century patterns. By Karen. 🇺🇸 More info

    A Long Silence
    Silence may indeed be “golden” except when one is trying to maintain some regularity in writing a blog. My silence this past Fall and into the end of the year was not intentional. I actually …
    By Fifty Dresses, 782 words
  6. Frock Flicks
    Costume movie reviews & podcast. More info

    Trailers: It’s Finally Spring! Edition
    We’re always trying to track what historical costume movies and TV shows are coming up.
    By Kendra, 20 words
  7. From Squalor to Baller
    A men’s style blog that provides guys with the tools they need to find high-value clothing and accessories, along with tips on how to wear them to their greatest potential. By Ian Anderson. 🇺🇸 More info

    Now Available: Lost Monarch Eyewear Briefcases
    I’ve been writing about eyewear quite a bit this year. And as I mentioned recently, I’ve noticed that more men seem to be approaching spectacles as a collector’s item rather than a purely functional product. …
    By Ian Anderson, 327 words
  8. Gansey Nation
    "Here is the heart of Ganseydom on Earth" - Aragorn. By Gordon Reid. 🇬🇧 More info

    Thurso II (Donald Thomson): Week 5 – 4 March
    It’s been more of a rollercoaster week than some. This week’s ‘potholes’ were mostly aural. Over the past three months, I’ve listened to the radio more. We’ve always been regular listeners, mostly the classical music …
    By Margaret Reid, 522 words
  9. If I Had My Own Blue Box
    Adventures in the Nineteenth Century, and maybe a little beyond -- Anna Worden Bauersmith's Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

    Picnic Hats & Bonnets
    As this confusing winter hints of spring, this seems to be the year of the picnic. I am excited to see several history minded picnics coming up this spring. It looks like people are planning …
    By Anna Worden Bauersmith, 60 words
  10. Irenebrination
    Notes on Architecture, Art, Fashion, Fashion Law & Technology. By Anna Battista. More info

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    Underwater Seascapes, Hand-Made Crafts with an Apocalyptic Twist & a Little Artificial Intelligence Magic: Jason Wu S/S 24
    Nothing marks more eloquently the end of summer than the sight of a deserted beach. The joyful voices of children playing in the waves, once resonating in the salty air, have now vanished. A lone …
    By Anna Battista, 714 words
  11. Mainelymenswear
    Be your own luxury brand ! By Duane MacLeod. 🇺🇸 More info

    I’m No “Mountain-man” — The Geek Edition
    Yes, I’m crazy about winter white coats. And if you’ve been around here long enough, you know that I already have one! Still there’s something about them that I can’t resist. I also have a …
    By mainelydad, 1,564 words
  12. Menswear Musings
    The Trend-Proof Wardrobe. By Mitchell Moss. 🇺🇸 More info

    Eidos Buying Guide in 2024 [Tailoring, Outerwear, Knitwear and Sportswear]
    (Help support this site! If you buy stuff through my links, your clicks and purchases earn me a commission from many of the retailers I feature, and it helps me sustain this site—as well as …
    By Mitchell, 3,455 words
  13. Permanent Style
    The leading British blog on tailoring, luxury and men's style. By Simon Crompton. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Talon zips and velvet chandeliers: The Real McCoy’s headquarters in Kobe, Japan
    Talon zips and velvet chandeliers: The Real McCoy’s headquarters in Kobe, Japan Wednesday, July 26th 2023 Share Share this post Subscribe 12 Comments ||- Begin Content -|| The Real McCoy's headquarters in Kobe, Japan is …
    By Simon Crompton, 1,460 words
  14. Put This On
    …one of the most widely read sites on men’s style. We focus on classic men’s clothing without being stuffy about the rules. 🇺🇸 More info

    Our Beloved Sponsors
    Put This On wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of our sponsors. So twice a month, we like to give them a special shoutout. Doing so allows us to recognize them for their support …
    By Derek Guy, 1,465 words
  15. The Rosenrot | A Collection of Fashion Essays
    Fashion News, Brand Profiles & Essays by Gracia Ventus. 🇨🇳 More info

    The Birth of Amur
    Protection for life in the frontier. That was what Amur eventually evolved into. In the beginning, there were belts and shawls. Not contend with accessories however, we dreamt of bigger things. What better way to …
    By Gracia Ventus, 838 words
  16. Salt Water New England
    The Definitive Guide to The Thing Before Preppy. By Muffy Aldrich. 🇺🇸 More info

    A Charming Easter Basket
    Photos by Salt Water New EnglandHandmade Baskets, Ideal for Easter, Made in Mystic, Connecticut:<> ▶ Click to see more ▶
    By Salt Water New England, 24 words
  17. The Second Button
    A men's style blog here to help you see what menswear enthusiasts love about clothing. By Daniel Hakimi. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Many Transformations of the Double Breasted Jacket
    Double breasted jackets come in many different layouts. Fortunately, one style of jacket allows us to compare these layouts directly. Through use of the transformable double-breasted jacket (or "doppiopetto transformible"), I will explore the pros …
    By Daniel Hakimi, 1,069 words
  18. Sew Historically
    Historical Costuming, Old-Fashioned Living, Refashion & DIY, Homemade Natural Beauty Products, Historical Hairstyles, Free Sewing Tutorials, Lace Making, Historical Cooking. More info

    Edwardian Braided Jacket
    I love braided jackets! A couple of years ago I made an Edwardian braided cycling jacket with DIY black fabric soutache. And now I’ve made another Edwardian braided jacket – this time with gold soutache! …
    By Lina, 1,657 words
  19. The Sewing Goatherd
    A blog devoted to all sorts of sewing projects, including historical costuming, and dairy goats. By Alyssa. More info

    There's Nothing More Natural Than a Horse Hair Bustle, Right?
    I was getting carried away with my plans for the pink and burgundy 1882 gown. I was ready to mock-up the bodice and make some real progress on this thing! Then I had to halt …
    By Alyssa, 1,238 words
  20. Stitches on the Run
    Sashiko is the way to go if you want to put a little magic on your clothes and anything else made of fabric. By Janette Haruguchi. 🇯🇵 More info

    If you are reading this on the 8th of February or December, DON'T USE ANY OF YOUR NEEDLES!!A tradition for broken hearts needlesHarikuyō is a ceremony during which old needles are laid to rest, preferably …
    By Janette Haruguchi, 653 words