Hello Dearies! I have another Sears & Roebucks to share with you! And this time the years are 1945 & 1951. The theme: Fall Separates.
Aren’t those “blouses” lovely? I would especially love to add B, D, and E to my wardrobe. Isn’t that feather print positively scrumptious? And a middy blouse is certainly a practical piece to have in one’s wardrobe, especially in wool jersey. Of course, a nailhead design as shown in B, would be nice to glam things up if you wanted to stay cozy while still looking “dressed-up”. And of course a cute hairstyle like that would help too. 😉
Ooohhh! Can I have all of these please? My wardrobe would be positively complete if I had these skirts… maybe… Of course, a few more blouses would be nice too… Oh, what do we have here in the 1951 magazine?
Blouses! Would you look at that double collar on C? And how about those batwing sleeves on the bottom row, second from right? I can’t figure out if I would love them or hate them… They sure would be comfortable, movement-wise, but as for figure-flattery, I’m just not sure yet.
More skirts! Since I already placed my order for all of those skirts in 1945, I’ll just take the “Belle-Of-The-Ball” cotton velveteen one on the left (oh how I wish! :).
What do you think of these fall separates?
Which ones are your favorites?
Which blouse would you pair with one skirt of your choice from these pages?
Are you planning on adding anything vintage inspired to your Fall wardrobe this year?
What do you want to see next in a Sears & Roebucks post? Era? Specific clothing pieces?
Sweaters? Shoes? Hats?
The Middle Sister and Singer
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