Fashionable Clothing from the Sears Catalogs: Early 1960s with Price Guide

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Schiffer Publishing Limited, 2002 - Photography - 160 pages
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Enjoy a parade as an era marches by, marking an end of innocence and the dawn of psychedelic style. One in a series of books from Schiffer Publishing documenting fashion trends in America. These books are an invaluable resource for costume designers working to recreate an era, for collectors who want to document vintage clothing, and for fashion designers looking to revive and rework styles. A visual treasure chest, this book has over 400 images, with thousands of items of clothing pictured. Here is a picture encyclopedia of hats and hairstyles, gloves and galoshes. A complete catalog of America's mainstream clothing, with images of everything from collars to pant cuffs.

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Dressed Up
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In House
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Tina Skinner is a professional writer and editor specializing in fashion and textile history.

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