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Hey have you seen Babylon Berlin? As an ignorant barbarian I thought the dresses and everything looked very accurate, but then again, it's not like I can really tell. I'd love to hear your opinions on that
what about FRINGE you mentioned it in the beginning but didn't dig deep into that.
but like wonderful video anyways! i absolutely love dispelling fashion myths and would like to get into historical costuming.
You're really great! I love watching your videos, and I can tell you are actually very passionate about fashion history and not just making content for likes. Thank you for your contributions to youtube!
Você poderia fazer um vídeo desse para cada época dentro do estilo Vintage 20,30,40,50,60 e 70
bjos, amei conhecer seu canal! Aqui no Brasil não é muito comum ter pessoas abordando esse tema que sinceramente, sou apaixonada.
Earlier today, I was talking to one of my friends about a spirit day coming up at my school where you can wear any type of historical outfit and she said “I might just buy a black dress and go as someone from the 20s.” Cue a three minute long lecture (because class needed to start) about why that was incorrect. I’m on this video right now in order to send her the link. I eventually convinced her that it was a bad idea and she went back to her original plan of wearing an early Victorian hoop skirt with me and one of our other friends (although he isn’t wearing a hoop skirt cause he’s a guy, but we’re all dressing up as the same time period). I’ve had to give my dad the same lecture before too. My mom understands this because she used to do a lot of costuming and prop design for movies and studied historical fashion.
My great-grandmother was from the 20s, my grandmother was born in 1928. My great granny was so into the 20s that she couldn't accept women in the family having long hair! Love your vids, cause I love history!
My winter formal is great gatsby themed, what should I wear to it? I was thinking about what a 1920’s woman would have worn to an evening party. I only have a few modern style dresses but I was thinking I could base it off of real 1920’s fashion instead of wearing a little black dress and heels like everyone else. What does anyone think?
I thought it was common knowledge that era parties were supposed to be caricatures of the era’s celebrities and iconic media. Like I’m not gonna go to an 80s themed party dressed as my mom. I’m gonna go dressed as a neon explosion.
i think one of the biggest problems is that people think audrey hepburn is older than she is, and they look at audrey (who looks like stereotypical 1920s) and they think “oh shes in a black and white photo she must be from the 1920s”
Downton Abbey seems to do a good job depicting the evolution of fashion in England through the 1910s and the war and then into the 20s. You get to see both the upper class/aristocratic fashion and that of the working class. I'm not a fashion expert, but I think they put some effort in.
Also for my brother's 21st birthday we did a 1920s themed and me being the perfectionist I studied up a lot on the 1920s and rented a really nice flapper dress and tried to be as accurate as I could. (did you know looking like you were flat chested was in??) and I was suprised at how much I learned. It is a great Era.
THANK YOU!! I was laughing at the whole beginning of your video because I have had SO many phone calls that are EXACTLY the same!!! I have always loved and appreciated fashion history. It amazes me how far OFF most people are on things. When I wear victory rolls I can’t tell you how many people say, “ Oh! I love the 20s!” 🤦♀️ Really?!? Do you REALLY?!? Cause you are WAY off!! But I just politely correct them and thank them rather than saying all that I would really like to say. But what kills me is when, referring to my CLEARLY 50s outfits (complete with full skirt, and color-matching jewelry, belt, and shoes) “Ooooh! Weren’t the 60s fun!?” Again🤦♀️ Hold my tongue. “Yes, they were! But this is a 50s look.” If they say, “Oh, it’s all the same.” I die a little inside. If they say, “ Oh, you know what I mean.” I do, generally. They like my effort, but don’t appreciate my effort. It’s rare to find those who do. But I do it all for my own joy and satisfaction anyway. Thanks so much for your video, Fashion Sister!!!❤️❤️❤️
Yes, potato bags! I don't like the 1920's except for Art Deco Styles in jewelry and home decor. I like the 1930's and 1940's. I liked the way they used a lot of fabric in those decades. Today everything is mass-produced with cheap materials!