1930s fashion

Vintage 1930s Julianelli Alligator Shoes

Vintage 1930s Julianelli Alligator Shoes Designed by Coty Award winner Mabel Julianelli, and sold through Bullock’s Wilshire (the toniest-of-tony in the 1930s). Julianelli shoes are in the permanent collection of every worth-its-salt museum’s fashion collection.   Styled with the rounded toe that was Julianelli’s preference, and accented with tiny brass nailheads. These shoes have been [...]

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Vintage Delman Ring Lizard Peep-toe Pumps 1930s Fashion

Vintage Delman Ring Lizard Peep-toe Pumps 1930s Fashion What’s the surest sign of the staying power of a vintage design house? It’s resurrection decades later. Delman is one such brand, and these vintage Delman ring lizard peep-toe pumps are a gorgeous testament to the staying power of the fashion of the 1930s. Pristine lizard peep-toes [...]

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Vintage Cake Topper 1930s Wedding

Vintage Cake Topper 1930s Wedding A 1930s wedding is the perfect choice for those choosing a vintage and elegant wedding theme. Whether selecting a ‘new’ Art Deco wedding dress or if you’re lucky enough to find an original (that fits!), what better way to keep all of the elements tied together from top to bottom [...]

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Johnny Depp Style – Watch Fob

Johnny Depp Style – Watch Fob; Johnny Depp Cannes Vintage for men can be be your key to setting yourself apart with ease and style. One of the easiest ways to express yourself is with a carefully chosen vintage accessory. As you gain confidence in your sartorial accessorizing, before you know it you may find [...]

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Vintage Hula Skirt & Kapa Tapa Rare Hawaiiana 1930s

Vintage Hula Skirt & Kapa Tapa Rare Hawaiiana 1930s A rare surviving example of vintage Hawaiiana – a vintage hula skirt and kapa. Skirt of hand-knotted grass, the kapa (or tapa, as known in the other Polynesian islands) bandeau top is soft bark cloth that has been hand-painted. Reviewed with the head of collections at [...]

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