Wednesday, January 26

Handmacher tailored


While photographing this skirt I thought, "hey, this is a real nice skirt & I think it'll fit me", then when I took it off the dress form and saw the label I knew I'd be keeping it. One of my favorite labels is 'handmacher" but until this skirt I had only seen it in suits from the 1940s and early 1950s. Perhaps this skirt had a jacket with it at one time, the fabric certainly feels "suit-ish". You can read more about Handmacher here.  

1950s white cotton blouse - thrifted
1950s black & white suit skirt - private estate
belt - thrfited
canvas oxfords -Becky Drolen Vintage
felted flower brooch - Capricious Traveler



Two 1950s advertisements for Handmacher



8 comments:

Zohar said...

handmacher aside - I like the school-vibe (teacher or student) I get from your outfit. I also love the shoes!

elle said...

I came by to comment on the shoes also! vintage or no? (:

Kristin, Golden Hearts Loves Vintage said...

i live the collar on the shirt!

Victoria / Justice Pirate said...

Oh wow!!! this is all so amazing. Great details.

goldenmeans said...

That skirt is totally stunning! And I just love the outfit you created around it -- the touches of red are wonderful :)

Aimée - Vint Condition said...

The skirt is perfection but oh my that brooch! I'm in love!

Couture Allure Vintage Fashion said...

Thanks for linking to Couture Allure! I love your skirt!

jessica said...

Love the skirt, its gorgeous on you! The images are equally amazing. Thanks for sharing, I love old ads!

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