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Blogs about Fashion and tailoring

33 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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    In the Design Workshop
    Found photo As an enthusiastic seamstress, I love this photo of the interior of a professional clothing design workshop. You can see all the necessary tools of the trade—a dress form, a bodice draped on …
    By Lynn, 300 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

    Dine We Must
    Last Friday, I had the pleasure of serving as sous chef/research assistant for the Fort's second annual "Dine We Must" gala dinner. The main courses were catered, but our intrepid group of volunteers once again …
    By Beth, 266 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

    The China Governess by Margery Allingham
    The China Governess by Margery Allingham published 1962 She looked cool in a grey tailored cotton dress with a terracotta scarf and shoes and her hair a black silk helmet. Vivat Vintage ( & Pierre …
    By Clothes In Books, 1,157 words
  4. Die, Workwear!
    A blog about classic men's clothing and style. By Derek Guy. 🇺🇸 More info

    American Space Cowboys
    It’s often said that America has not been this divided since the Civil War, but even these tumultuous times pale in comparison to the social unrest of the 1960s, when post-war America’s cleavages along race, …
    By divert-brew-diagonal, 71 words
  5. Fifty Dresses
    Sewing classic fashions from mid-century patterns. By Karen. 🇺🇸 More info

    Going Around in Circles
    When I purchased this sateen, jacquard-woven fabric from Mendel Goldberg a couple of years ago, I wasn’t sure what it would eventually become. It had a wide repeat to the design (which is something to …
    By Fifty Dresses, 931 words
  6. Frock Flicks
    Costume movie reviews & podcast. More info

    My Top 5 Wedding Dresses in Frock Flicks
    Some time back, Kendra ranked her top 10 wedding dresses in historical movies and TV
    By Trystan L. Bass, 23 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

    In Potentia 1.5 – 20 June
    The first half of last week went well. The weather wasn’t great – it’s been truly awful lately – but life was approaching normalcy. Ordering things online, finishing a sewing project, going on walks, volunteering …
    By Margaret Reid, 539 words
  9. Hold Fast Bespoke Blog
    Stay abreast of what's happening in my midcoast Maine workroom. This is where I share a glimpse into the world of bespoke tailoring. 🇺🇸 More info

    Hold Fast Classic Tweed Overcoat
    Classic Fabric / Classic Style This wool tweed rendition of the Hold Fast Balmacaan is, in my opinion, timeless. Tailored in collaboration with David Wood Clothiers of Portland, Maine; it will never go out of …
    By Duane MacLeod, 597 words
  10. If I Had My Own Blue Box
    Adventures in the Nineteenth Century, and maybe a little beyond -- Anna Worden Bauersmith's Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

    Publication Sale
    I decided I needed something fun to get me through this year’s final exams. Growing up, 65% was “passing” for final exams. So, I’ve created a code that saves 45% on all publications thru the …
    By Anna Worden Bauersmith, 41 words
  11. Irenebrination
    Notes on Architecture, Art, Fashion, Fashion Law & Technology. By Anna Battista. More info

    In the Ranks of the White Satin Army of Love: Rick Owens Men's S/S 25
    Rick Owens' previous menswear show took place at his Parisian home on the Place du Palais Bourbon (the former office of Francois Mitterand's Socialist Party). The space was conceived as a sanctuary and a haven …
    By Anna Battista, 1,193 words
  12. Mainelymenswear
    Be your own luxury brand ! By Duane MacLeod. 🇺🇸 More info

    Winifred Aldrich-Crafted Donegal Tweed Overcoat: Tailoring Journey
    I haven’t posted over here for ages. It’s a drizzly day here on the coast of Maine, so it seems like the perfect time to get caught up. You might know that I have two …
    By mainelydad, 1,251 words
  13. Menswear Musings
    The Trend-Proof Wardrobe. By Mitchell Moss. 🇺🇸 More info

    Pitti 106 Photos—Day 3, Night 3 and Late Dinner With Myrqvist
    Day 3 of Pitti, Thursday, is sort of the wind-down for many, as they leave Friday morning for Milan and the beginning of Milan Men’s Fashion Week. For me, it meant more street style photos, …
    By Mitchell, 135 words
  14. Permanent Style
    The leading British blog on tailoring, luxury and men's style. By Simon Crompton. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Reader profile: Tetsuya
    Reader profile: Tetsuya Wednesday, June 19th 2024Tags: JacketsShoesStylebernard zinsbryceland'scharvetcifonelliHermesJohn Lobbjohn smedley Share Share this post Subscribe 11 Comments ||- Begin Content -|| Tetsuya Yamashita is a reader that Lucas knows rather than me. Back in …
    By Simon Crompton, 1,474 words
  15. 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

    EBay Roundup
    Put This On is a member of eBay’s Partner Network, which means all of our eBay links are affiliate links. When you click one of our eBay links and purchase something, we earn a small …
    By Derek Guy, 433 words
  16. The Rite Record-Journal – The Rite Stuff
    Dedicated to the process, inspiration, and journey behind creating The Rite Stuff reproduction-style clothing in Japan. 🇯🇵 More info

    Reviving the Uncle Sam Chambray Work Shirt
    The Uncle Sam cigarette pocket shirt is one of the most iconic work shirt designs to emerge from the 1930s, not only for its look but also for its functionality. My path to recreating this …
    By Bryan Shettig, 1,379 words
  17. The Rosenrot | A Collection of Fashion Essays
    Fashion News, Brand Profiles & Essays by Gracia Ventus. 🇨🇳 More info

    Slow Fashion – An Impossible Goal?
    A few days ago, Business of Fashion posted an op-ed on the difficulties faced by companies operating a slow-fashion model. The term was first coined as the answer to the problems of fast fashion. Though …
    By Gracia Ventus, 1,157 words
  18. Salt Water New England
    The Definitive Guide to The Thing Before Preppy. By Muffy Aldrich. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Daily Prep - Bloody Hot Edition
    Photo by Muffy AldrichPatsy Kane Monkey Fist Earrings in Atlantic Blue & Crisp White <>The Magic Tote Bag (Bright Blue) <>New Nautical Woven Chevron Necklace (Lime Green) <>Nautical Sailor Knot Bracelet (Navy and Lime) <>Original …
    By Salt Water New England, 61 words
  19. 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 Horsebit Loafer Buying Guide
    So, you understand how to talk about loafers, and now you want to buy a pair. What do you want? This is not a list of brands, this is a guide. Well, for one, you …
    By Daniel Hakimi, 1,904 words
  20. Sew Historically
    Historical Costuming, Old-Fashioned Living, Refashion & DIY, Homemade Natural Beauty Products, Historical Hairstyles, Free Sewing Tutorials, Lace Making, Historical Cooking. More info

    18th Century Leather Stays
    18th Century Linen Stays I was surprised to find out that leather stays were often worn by poor and working class women in the 18th century. I thought that leather would’ve been too expensive for …
    By Lina, 834 words