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Blogs about Fashion and tailoring

26 blogs about Fashion and tailoring.

  1. American Age Fashion NEW
    “The Clothing of Older American Women, 1900-now.” By Lynn Mally. 🇺🇸

    Phyllis Diller, Happy Eccentric
    Phyllis Diller as the centerfold for Field and Stream magazine, 1973 There are many reasons to remember the comedian Phyllis Diller (1917-2012). She was the first well-known female standup comic in America; she had a …
    By Lynn, 315 words

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  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.” 🇺🇸

    Book Review: The Housekeeper's Tale
    The Housekeeper's Tale by Tessa Boase The Housekeeper's Tale: The Women Who Really Ran the English Country House by Tessa Boase is a light but informative exploration of the real lives of five 19th-20th century …
    By Beth, 520 words

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  3. Clothes In Books
    “Description of clothes taken from a book, a picture suggested by (rather than illustrative of) the words, plus some observations.” 🇬🇧

    Christie Catchup: Poirot's Early Cases
    Poirot’s Early Cases published 1974 The Affair of the Victory Ball I have embarked on a Christie catchup programme – I realized that I have blogged on almost all of Agatha Christie’s books (and there …
    By Clothes In Books, 950 words

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  4. Die, Workwear!
    “A blog about classic men's clothing and style.” By Derek Guy. 🇺🇸

    The Best of This Season’s Sales
    I envy people who aren’t interested in clothes. Just the sight of a chunky cream sweater or camp collar shirt is enough to send me into a daydreaming tailspin, where I waste hours of my …
    By Derek Guy, 77 words

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  5. Fifty Dresses NEW
    “Sewing classic fashions from mid-century patterns.” By Karen. 🇺🇸

    A Tale of Two Dresses, Part 2
    Whenever I am working with vintage fabric, it seems I either have more yardage than I need or, more frequently, less than I need. I have learned over the years there is usually a way …
    By Fifty Dresses, 860 words

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  6. Frock Flicks
    “Costume movie reviews & podcast.”

    TBT: Widows’ Peak (1994)
    Widows’ Peak (1994) stars Natasha Richardson, Mia Farrow, and Joan Plowright in a 1920s Ireland-set
    By Kendra, 19 words

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  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. 🇺🇸

    The Fall Forecast: My Favorite New Arrivals
    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, in my opinion. With summer officially behind us we can shift our focus to what we’ve all been waiting for – not just platitudes of the incoming …
    By Ian Anderson, 520 words

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  8. Gansey Nation
    “"Here is the heart of Ganseydom on Earth" - Aragorn.” By Gordon Reid. 🇬🇧

    Seahouses (Mrs Laidlaw): Week 6 – 18 September
    The wind has a sharp edge that wasn’t there a fortnight ago; the leaves are falling from the trees, the lawn glistens with morning dew, and the skies are filled with migrating birds. Autumn has …
    By Gordon Reid, 801 words

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  9. If I Had My Own Blue Box
    “Adventures in the Nineteenth Century, and maybe a little beyond -- Anna Worden Bauersmith's Blog.” 🇺🇸

    Ag Fair 2023
    When I dropped off my Ag Fair entries on Friday, Mary asked me if I had a theme this year. At first, my answer was no. I hadn’t intentionally stuck to a theme this year. …
    By Anna Worden Bauersmith, 59 words

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  10. Irenebrination
    “Notes on Architecture, Art, Fashion, Fashion Law & Technology.” By Anna Battista.

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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

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  11. Mainelymenswear
    “Be your own luxury brand !” By Duane MacLeod. 🇺🇸

    Looking Back – Looking Forward
    This will be a difficult post to write. How do I sum up the experience of a lifetime? I’ve been back home in Maine for about three weeks, and it already feels like it never …
    By mainelydad, 897 words

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  12. Menswear Musings
    “The Trend-Proof Wardrobe.” By Mitchell Moss. 🇺🇸

    Limited Time Sale—33% Off My eBook “How to Build a Trend-Proof Wardrobe” Until Oct. 7
    Use code HARVEST23 until Oct. 7, 2023, to get 33% off my Beginner’s Guide to Building a Tailored Wardrobe. Starting with cultivating the right mindset, then giving specific tips to making versatile choices of each …
    By Mitchell, 237 words

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  13. Permanent Style
    “The leading British blog on tailoring, luxury and men's style.” By Simon Crompton. 🇬🇧

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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

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  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.” 🇺🇸

    #PTOMan Highlights
    Once a week we like to highlight what some of our readers are wearing. Even in simplicity, there’s opportunity to experiment and grow. Taking a basic suit and adding a dash of colour, or selecting …
    By Andrew Metcalfe, 156 words

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  15. The Rosenrot | A Collection of Fashion Essays
    “Fashion News, Brand Profiles & Essays by Gracia Ventus.” 🇨🇳

    By The Grace of Miyake
    Humans are strange creatures. We pin our self-esteem on our beliefs. When our beliefs are validated, we feel good about ourselves. When they’re being contradicted, we often take it as a personal attack. The same …
    By Gracia Ventus, 439 words

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  16. The Sewing Goatherd
    “A blog devoted to all sorts of sewing projects, including historical costuming, and dairy goats.” By Alyssa.

    The Heritage Festival and an 1870's Floofy Summer Straw Hat
    After several years absence thanks to one thing and another, I finally made it to the Heritage Festival in my hometown again this year!I didn’t volunteer, as my schedule for that weekend was up in …
    By Alyssa, 707 words

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  17. 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. 🇯🇵

    The traditional Japanese sashiko pattern jūjihanazashi 十字花刺し means "letter ten flower stitches."It consists of crosses, which look exactly like the letter ten in Japanese: 十, hence the name. Some of the crosses are connected, which …
    By Janette Haruguchi, 202 words

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  18. A Tailor Made It
    “costuming, tailoring and pattern making for the theatrewith an emphasis on menswear.” 🇺🇸

    Collar structure and the importance of ease
    In some areas of a garment we may want substantial support and we need to figure out a way to create that structure with interfacing. We want that structure to not compress, squish down or …
    By Terri, 77 words

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  19. TaylorTailor | Blog

    Olive Overshirt
    A simple overshirt or “shirt jacket” is a piece that has been missing from my closet for a while. I wanted something I could just throw on for days that are a bit too chilly …
    By Taylor Hackbarth, 714 words

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  20. The Time Bum
    “A blog about affordable wrist watches with reviews, guides, commentary and more.” By Loren Sciurba, et al. 🇺🇸

    Bell & Ross BR05 Chronograph
    Bell & Ross’s “Urban Instrument” line marries the brand’s signature aviation gauge design to an integrated sports watch case. The line started with the classic BR05 Auto, a three-hander with… The post Bell & Ross …
    By Robbie and Watches, 48 words

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