Are You New--Please Introduce Yourselves!! 2017

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Information Center - Welcome to the Forums' started by pinky-a-gogo, Feb 24, 2017.

  1. Elizabeth Hayden

    Elizabeth Hayden Registered Guest

    My name is Elizabeth I am a creative writing student (MFA) taking Play Writing this semester. I have a play set in 1919. I am wondering if it would be at all plausible for a college girl to wear trousers (Only briefly traveling on the train to her home covered by a long coat of that ere.) I have no idea who to reach out to with this question. Thank you if you are able to respond.

    I have no idea which other forum to post this to,
     
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  2. Gumdrop

    Gumdrop Registered Guest

    Hi! I'm Maria! I'm new here, I'm still learning about vintage fashion! Most of my stuff comes from goodwill
     
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  3. 24quad6s

    24quad6s Registered Guest

    hi i'm new here i shop alot on ebay mostly for glasses and jackets anyone else do ebay for vintage stuff?
     
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  4. amandainvermont

    amandainvermont Trade Member


    Hello MOIRA - why don't you post your request here - so that everyone will see it.

    https://forums.vintagefashionguild.org/forums/public-most-wanted-looking-for-something.44/
     
  5. mirandatx

    mirandatx Registered Guest

    Hey there, my name is Miranda. I love finding interesting things and piecing together their history. This site kept coming up during research, so I wanted to register and give a proper hello! :)
    My latest project is pretty fun - my mother gave me tons of shoes, clothing, and jewelry that had belonged to my "Air Force Fashionista" grandmother. Her intense style always impressed (and intimidated) me - think Joan Crawford on a farm - so it's been amazing finding out more about her life through her collections.
     
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  6. amandainvermont

    amandainvermont Trade Member

    We would LOVE to see photos of some of your grandmother's clothes.
     

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