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The Blue17 blog is a continually developing resource about men's and women's twentieth-century vintage fashion. UK Based, our English language blog publishes original high quality articles multiple times weekly on every aspect of vintage costume and clothing.

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    What Does Every Woman Really Want? Pockets!

    Another original post from Blue17 vintage There has been a lot of discussion online about pockets recently. Pockets in women’s clothing today are, it’s agreed, too small. There is an enduring myth that pockets have always been small-to-nonexistent for women’s wear, because we carry handbags/don’t have anything to carry around/are too dainty to carry it anyway/because we do not leave the […] The post What Does Every Woman Really Want? Pockets! appeared first on...


    Vintage Fabrics – a Fascinating History

    Another original post from Blue17 vintage One of the things which makes vintage clothing so lovely is often the quality of the craftsmanship, and the vintage fabrics used to make it. Turn even a workaday suit from the first half of the 20th century inside out and you will see the layers of fabric, interlining, lining and padding that has gone […] The post Vintage Fabrics – a Fascinating History appeared first on Blue17 vintage...


    Edna Woolman Chase – The Fierce and Chic Editor in Chief of Vogue

    Another original post from Blue17 vintage Edna Woolman Chase was the director in chief of three Vogues – British, American and French, beginning in 1914 with American Vogue and gradually taking on the mantle of the others until her retirement in 1952. That’s 38 years.  She was with the magazine almost from its inception and made it into the success it […] The post Edna Woolman Chase – The Fierce and Chic Editor in Chief of Vogue appeared first on Blue17 vintage...


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