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Timeless Vixen (@timelessvixen) Instagram Profile Photo

Timeless Vixen

Thegoldenageofvintage (@thegoldenageofvintage) Instagram Profile Photo


So decadent and elegant gilded and gorgeous beauty Very Rare Couture 1930s Aztec Art Deco Gilded Gold sequin early 1930s high fashion designer gown 
fiery reds , vibrant blues , glass beads, 
huge back bow
rich silky black satin
back metal zipper
excellent vintage condition 
Fits a size 36-38 bust 
29 waist 
Hips 39.5 
Label An original design registered by a member
of the Fashion Originators Guild


Floopy Cat shop (@floopycatshop) Instagram Profile Photo

Floopy Cat shop

🐾 Petite minaudière souple confectionnée hier soir 🌟. 🐾 Elle est en lainage blanc agrémentée d'un camé et son fermoir doré est orné de perles roses pâles 💮🐚🦇😸. . . fashion

Josephine LaSouris (@josephine_lasouris) Instagram Profile Photo

Josephine LaSouris

Cologne Allemagne

Well, even optimists like me have to realise that summer is over. For the first time I'm wearing a late 1930s/early 1940s dress in typical autumn colours and matching bakelite jewellery. And my lovely friend Isabelle from gorgeous shop @kitsch_deluxe treated me with a tasty coffee during my lunch break and took some nice photos. Visit the wonderful shop when in Cologne, folks! * * fashion

Tracy Dolphin (@themissrayne) Instagram Profile Photo

Tracy Dolphin

Century of shoes: 1930. The slashed vamp, Dolcis advert Nov 1930. The d’orsay court with a t-bar or instep strap is the iconic style of the 20s and 30s. This advert is the earliest example I can find that shows the cutting away of the vamp to expose more of the foot. Toes and heels were still well covered. Heels were only seen in the and had made a very shy appearance on the Riviera - but only recently. Yes, uppers had a range of cutouts throughout the 20s but modesty held on tight. Insteps were the first to break cover in the years after the First World War. Perugia (of course) gave us the open ankle strap and the exposed toe in about 1038 but it took some time to become mainstream fashion. By about 1933-4 fully open sandals were the thing for evening and holiday wear and even made it on to city streets by the end of the decade. sfashion

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