Here’s a rather unusual early 1930s inspired jumper in wool knit fabric with a fantastic multicoloured zigzag pattern and a very Art Deco feel to it with its bias cut panelling, asymmetric at the front, including the collar, and the very popular diagonal cut on striped fabrics with centre seam at the back. Two vintage bakelite buttons crown this lovely creation at the front. The belt also features a vintage bakelite buckle.
Here’s one of the mid-1930s blouses from my recent vintage blouse collection in a lovely vintage floral silk. It has a gathered gabot down the front and tucks in sleeves. The back closes with eye and hook. The belt features a vintage buckle.
Here I present an early 1920s style jacket and jodhpurs combo making for a fetching hunting outfit. The jacket is made of a lovely basket weave wool blend fabric and the jodhpurs are in cotton needlecord. The slanted side pockets and the square breast pocket on the jacket make a nice design detail. The wide belt fastening the military style jacket also makes this rather masculine style a bit more feminine. The corduroy jodhpurs which were so popular for leisure wear are high waisted with vintage button closure at the sides and the legs. The balloon style legs give freedom of movement.
This beautiful early 1950s inspired dress in original 1950s embroidered cotton is a great example of the more streamlined silhouette of the era. It features an interesting zigzag style panelling with a gathered yoke on the bodice and kick pleat down centre of the skirt. Short upturned sleeves, pockets with button closure. With vintage buttons and buckle. Fastens with a zip at side seam.
Here I present my early to mid-1930s style capsule blouse collection. All made in original 1930s vintage fabrics. “Ruby” is early 1930s style, while “Agnes”, “Loretta” and “Hazel” are mid-1930s style.
They are available at my Etsy shop
This beautiful chocolate brown mid-1930s inspired blouse in delicate wool lace knit fabric has got all the elements of the quirky style of the era with its fun large jester style collar, puff sleeves, small vintage hand painted wooden buttons down the front for fastening and the belt with vintage buckle. The perfect separate to go with your 1930s skirt!
Here I present a lovely early 1940s style check Harris tweed pure new wool skirt suit with a flared skirt and a short jacket with geometric detailing down the front and back of jacket and panelling on the skirt. Featuring padded shoulders, a large collar and navy vintage buttons, very typical of the era.