Fresh Vintage from VFG Members - Thursday, Dec. 20 - Wed. Dec. 26

Discussion in 'Public VFG Fashion Parades & Fresh Vintage' started by amandainvermont, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. amandainvermont

    amandainvermont Trade Member

    Best wishes to ALL - VFG Members, please share up to five of your most recent vintage listings here.

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  2. pinky-a-gogo

    pinky-a-gogo Administrator Staff Member

  3. Marzilli_Vintage

    Marzilli_Vintage Trade Member

  4. poppysvintageclothing

    poppysvintageclothing Administrator Staff Member

  5. In my retail shop inside Mad Moon Marketplace.
    Red Lion, PA 717 378 2538

    1960s era dress form pin cushion tape measure, in the original box.
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    1960s 70s genuine red leather coat

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    1980s paisley velveteen clutch coat

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  6. thespectrum

    thespectrum Administrator Staff Member

  7. yumyumvintage

    yumyumvintage Trade Member

    Awwwww the temptation!
  8. Midge

    Midge Trade Member

  9. vintagevixen

    vintagevixen Trade Member

  10. Midge

    Midge Trade Member

    I received this too late to list in the run up to the holidays, but it's such a wonderfully festive look - I had to list it now anyway. Happy Christmas everyone angelic emoti!

    1980s evening skirt, blouse and cummerbund pattern Style 3794 - B34 / B36 / B38
  11. Midge

    Midge Trade Member

    1960s Wrap dress pattern Burda 22958 plus size B43

    Interesting tidbit... there has just been a biopic about Aenne Burda, founder of Burda magazine, on German TV. The costuming made me want to throw things at the TV sometimes :wacko:, but Aenne certainly was an interesting character and she probably wasn't the type you'd expect to be the founder of a sewing magazine! She was well off, didn't need to work and didn't actually like sewing herself, but in 1949 she thought that what women must want to have nice clothes again - and to be able to make them themselves if they didn't have the money to buy them - with easily understandable and well-fitting patterns. Her husband owned a printing business, but she got her own publishing business going for the magazine that she owned herself (after some fighting for it and discovering her husband had another woman on the side). As for the well-fitting patterns... she had the local women come into her company offices and had them measured from head to toe in order to establish a realistic sizing system.

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