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19 comments:

  1. Hi there, just wondering where you got the shirt for Evelyn (the Mummy), or the brand name of the one you posted. Its a perfect shirt!

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    1. Hello Erica! I'm sorry to say I'm pretty sure I just searched "striped button front blouse" or something similar on google/pinterest until I saw one that worked! Sorry I can't be of any help :(

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  2. I am obsessed with Eve Arden's two beautiful brooches she wears in the film "Cover Girl" and am searching everywhere for them. I cannot get a close look at them but the top one looks like a koi fish and the bottom one looks like a goldfish. Do you know anything about them? I have looked at Eisenberg, Coro, Hattie Carnegie, etc...and just am stumped! I absolutely love the fashions and wish more women would wear them now! Thank you for your help!

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  3. Hello Bianca, I have a question for you regarding where you source your fabrics. I think you mention JoAnns a lot, which I know, but I am in love with a pattern you have which I can't quite catch where you got it from in the video you posted. It is a fabric with flowers and some of the flowers are dancers. Could you please give me an idea where I could find it or at least a similar pattern? Thank you so much!

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    1. Unfortunately I picked that fabric up from a discount table of a local shop here in the Denver Metro area called Colorado Fabrics several years ago, so I am not sure where else something similar may be available :(

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  4. Hello Bianca! I adore your videos! I was wondering what you'd recommend for a vintage archaeologist style? I love adventure style, but would it look the same for an archaeologist? Thanks!

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    1. Thank you! I would say adventure style certainly encompasses archaeologist style, though my own looks tend to be a bit more "seeking funding for new expedition with patrons at luncheon" than "in the field" myself. I have a pinterest board for adventure style in general, and probably the more practical of those looks (jodhpurs/trousers etc.) would be very vintage archaeologist appropriate! https://www.pinterest.com/bmesposito/adventure-style/

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  5. Bianca- At 69 I remember wearing some of the clothes that are now vintage, so I think I can claim a certain authority! Two vintage accessories I recommend for an authentic look- wrist watches and charm bracelets. Before cell phones a wrist watch was an expensive and elegant accessory for most women, and charm bracelets have been popular for many decades. I recently bought one on ebay with a charm of a twin fuselage airplane from about 1949! Also, I always carry a handkerchief-cheap to find at flea markets and vintage clothing stores and so nice to have when there are no paper towels in public restrooms...

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  6. Hi Bianca, I just watched your you tubr tutorial on a quick way to make a bodicr block using your pattern. I want to follow your blog but don't know how to, Help?! I also joined your youtube channel!! I browsed your tutorials, you are smart and resourceful! Great teacher and a great designer. Thank you

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  7. Hi Bianca - love your site! I sell vintage handbags and accessories and have learned so much about some of my bags from you. For example, just sold a box bag of PlasticFlex, not really knowing it's origins until I read your blog. Think it's gone to a good home! I used to dress vintage when I was younger but am now hesitating but I've been inspired by your fab look. Best!

    Helen B
    ClassicBagsSP.com

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  8. Do you have a P.O. box? I have some scarves from my grandmother that aren't my style, but I'm pretty sure you would love them. I donate a lot to the thrift store, but I would rather give them to someone who would truly appreciate them if I can.

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  9. I have thoroughly enjoyed your youtube channel. Way to go...I recently live vicariously through your hauls, but not because I don't have enough of my own hauls. I love you film techniques and poses and I share your affinity for the vintage and the feline. Keep it up, friend in my head.

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  10. I love your YouTube channel. The late '40s thru '50s styles are my favorite. From my android phone I'm not finding where I can subscribe to your blog.
    Keep up the good work...you're gorgeous...I have 2/3 your figure...lol. More of a watermelon than an hour glass, though.

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  11. Love Your Youtube channel. I have been catching up on all Your past videos,they are very charming. Keep up the great work.I look forward to what You do next. Hope You have a very happy, healthy and wonderful year.

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  12. Love Your Youtube channel. I have been catching up on all Your past videos,they are very charming. Keep up the great work.I look forward to what You do next. Hope You have a very happy, healthy and wonderful year.

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  13. I'm enjoying your you tube videos so much! I have a quick question. I'm making a 1 hour 20s dress for my 11 year old granddaughter out of cotton. My question is how much ease should I add? She is 26 bust and 38 inches from shoulder to Mid calf, so easy to sew for 20s style! I can't make a muslin first because she lives a few hours away. I have some experience sewing, but am new to drafting patterns.
    Thanks,
    Kim

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  14. Good afternoon. Was just trying to contact and let you know that a thrift store near me has hats in storage from the 20s-40s.

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  15. Love the YouTube videos. You mentioned to let you know of some good solid rayon crepe my local fabric store has some https://www.hartsfabric.com/rf-rayon-crepe-caribbean-101344.html
    In different colors, I ordered from them and do curbside pick-up during the pandemic I trust them and have never been disappointed they also will match the thread color for you. I like 1930’s & 40’s doing a 1940’s lined wool jacket isn’t as hard as you think, I also think that bias cut isn’t as difficult as people fear it is.

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  16. Hmm. Could have sworn I had hit "publish" but my comment isn't here :-( ... I've been watching your videos and been inspired to do a basic pattern drafting course earlier this year. I'm writing because I bought a 1953 edition of Australian Home Journal online but it came without the three free patterns so I thought of offering it to you for lovely 1950s inspiration. If you'd like to contact me with a postal address I'd happily send it to you!

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