OUGES 1950s Scalloped Neck Vintage Cocktail Dress



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RRL Browns Beach Vest Alteration Vintage 1950s American Workwear Clothing Vlog with The Denim Doctor



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5 Shocking Facts You Don’t Know About The 1950’s



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These are misconceptions I hear the most often so I decided to make a video about them! Hope you enjoyed my luvs!

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Car Commercials from the 1950’s



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These classic car commercials fascinate for many reasons. Not only do we get a rundown of the features on these cars and what was important to car buyers in the 1950’s, but we also get a glimpse at the ‘hard sell’ advertising methods commonly used by Madison Avenue in those days. And, obviously, consumers back then had no problem sitting through a two minute commercial, something unheard of in the “short attention span” habits of today’s viewers. The cars featured are: 1956-59 Dodge, ’56 Chrysler Imperial, ’57 Ford models, ’58 Edsel, 1950 Mercury and a Kaiser Henry J from the mid-50’s. Enjoy.

Vintage Clothing Haul from 1950s to 1990s & Fashion shoot Lookbook



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A vintage clothing haul video that spans from the 1950s, 60s, 70’s 80’s and 90’s and includes quality pieces made from silk, sequins and fine cotton.
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Easy Retro DIY Wedding Invitation | 1950s Pin Up Style



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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a 1950s, Retro, Sci-Fi Movie Poster



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Photoshop CS6 Extended tutorial showing how to make a classic, 1950s, retro, science fiction, movie poster. The example shown is a redesign of the 1951 movie poster, “The Day the Earth Stood Still”.

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VINTAGE HAUL! 1950’s clothing, records & more!



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It’s time for another vintage haul! I have so many fun goodies to share with you guys! A lot of these items are from the 1950’s and 1960’s. I have many records including Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory ( my favorite hehe) I will also share with you some adorable things from the Pioneer Woman’s store. She makes a lot of reproductions of vintage things which is so amazing. I have a couple vintage dresses as well as a fun apron. I hope you enjoy!

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Fifties Inspired Head To Toe Look | Style Revival: 1950s



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Time to revive one of the most recreated periods in history… The 1950s! I’m going to pull inpsiration from fifties beauty and fashion trends, and create a look that’s wearable in the modern world. Enjoy!

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Bejewelled Stockings Trend (1950s) | Vintage Fashions



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Artistic and practical, this was the trend in the 1950s. These hand bejeweled stockings were the latest accessory and they made any outfit look beautiful. These were hand made and was very tedious to make.

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Vintage Revival Fashions – 1950s Britain



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The 1950s were a turning point for British culture. Beginning with Labour’s defeat by the Conservative Party in 1951 General Election, with their slogan “Set The People Free,” a change occurred from state control to increased individual freedom. No more rationing, more commodities. This is when the youth challenged old social and cultural structures, and a period of increased affluence and freedom was taking form. After the war, people needed change, people needed a dream to look forward to, a new and vibrant life to live.

One has to look towards the United States to understand this change, because the American life had become a sight of inspiration to the British public. American culture was emerging from the media; Hollywood movies, commercial television, glossy magazines and consumer goods were everywhere. There was no better time for Britain to want this than the post-war austerity mindset, that was dominant in the country. Even though the British establishment defined the American capitalist system as a threat to the old cultural stability, it was the new era emerging: a worldwide economic boom, mass production and consumption.

After the war, the rate of unemployment was at a very low stage, and people had enough money to invest. They were looking for a brighter future in order to leave behind the atrocities of war. America was offering what the people not only wanted, but also what they needed. With more money, more goods, and people expected to possess these goods, such as televisions, refrigerators, music systems, and cars. While these were seen as luxury goods before the war, after it they became a necessity, and because of the mass production, these were available to the public for a far more appealing cost. As an example of the developed spending power and the mass production of goods, car ownership rose by 250% between 1950 and 1960.

Imagine the retail departments! Style and design were going through the “contemporary” era and fashion was developing as fast as other industries. While before the fifties the clothes and accessories were used just as simple clothes, after the war these were seen as statements of uniqueness, of originality, of freedom, and of expression. These were the times when women and men had the opportunity to express themselves, leading the way to the liberties of the Sixties.

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Vintage Revival Fashions – 1950s Music



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I love 1950s music! You just can’t beat jamming songs like “Rock Around the Clock” by Bill Haley and His Comets. Of course, 1950s also brought us Elvis Presley and such songs as “Hound Dog” and “Don’t be Cruel.” I imagine the days when you could put a quarter in a jukebox and select three tunes.

It’s fun to visit an establishment like a hamburger joint that has a 1950s theme. The waitresses all wear poodle skirts just like the ones that were popular at the time. If you’re lucky, you can arrive on a night when the waitresses get together for a fun dance routine. Your toes will be tapping and your body will be moving in time to the song that plays.

Besides poodle skirts, women also wore Rockabilly dresses that had daring necklines for the day and ended below the knees. Men would rock out to Jerry Lee Lewis singing “Great Balls of Fire” and other 1950s music wearing Levi’s denim shirts. Because westerns were so popular in the 1950s, men wore western styles that included long sleeves, a spread collar and pearl buttons on the front.

If I could think of one word to describe the clothing of the 1950s, that word would be modest. Clothes were not as revealing as they are today. Forget what you see in popular movies that idolize the 1950s such as “Grease.” The clothing the actors wear are an interpretation of what people wore in the 1950s and have little or no basis in reality.

One of the most popular female artists of the 1950s was Doris Day. She won an Oscar for her song “Whatever Will Be, Will be (Que Sera, Sera)” from the Alfred Hitchcock movie The Man Who Knew Too Much, which won an Oscar. You can learn a lot about 1950s fashion by watching James Stewart in his sharp business suit with a hat and Doris Day in a smart professional outfit.

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Vintage Revival Fashions – 1950s Hairstyles



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The 1950s was a time of change all over the world. The 1950s saw the end of a war and the birth of the original King of Rock and Roll. The war was over and the new optimism put a spring in the step of young people. Incidentally, it put a spring in their hair as well. Curly hairstyles dominated 1950s hairstyles and fashion, and most young women wanted naturally curly hair.

1950s hairstyles were all about curls and swirls, whether they were framing the faces of young girls or giving a busy housewife’s cropped cut some flair. The 1950s represented the reign of the poodle skirt and ponytail. This ponytail was often accented around the face with shorter layered sections of bangs that were styled into spit curls. Interestingly, there were no protected rubber bands like we use today, and girls’ rubber band ponytails wreaked havoc on their hair.

Housewives’ hairstyles were cropped shorter and shorter, in a pixie cut that framed the face in little curls. Cropped bangs were all the rage for mothers and teenagers alike. A popular goal of 1950s hairstyling was to give the appearance that a lady had naturally curly hair. Teenage girls popularized a hairstyle that consisted of short layers and waves, with brush curls accenting the bottom and sides of the do. This 1950s hairstyle was accented by short rounded bangs on top.

Another interesting 1950s hairstyle innovation was bleaching the hair with Ivory Snow Flake detergent and peroxide. The hair processing did not stop here, however. Perms were alive and thriving among 1950s hairstyles. How can we forget the poodle: the hairstyle where women and young ladies cropped their hair a few inches from their head, followed by a perm? The perm of the 1950s was a lot harsher than we enjoy today, and it used ammonia and cause a lot of damage to the hair. Young ladies also tried to dye their hair to match their favorite celebrities. Orange hair and strawberry blond hair were quite fashionable at the time.

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