In the 1960s women dressed to go out. Hat, gloves, stole were all appropriate. Sandra Post on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, where Michael's mother worked, sold elegant clothes.
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In most Victorian fashion, dark colors were prominent, such as royal blues and purples, and the most universal color, black.
"Well, come into the kitchen. You can put your feet on the oven door. Maybe next year you can get a fur muff," he said with a sigh. "Ah, next year," she said. She went back into the kitchen --Colliers Magazine, 1944
From Selene's Fashion Tren Board....this board is a mix of Eras............Black and Royal Blue Tudor Gown with French Hood. 1540s
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Woman wearing fur cape with fur muff, ca. 1906. New York Public Library
1913 Edwardian Fashion. This looks like my Granny Ballif, actually! I have two trousseau pix of her from 1913 or 1914 that are very like this.
Wilhelmina Cooper ♥ 1960’s
Cream Silk Jersey Dress - 1960 - by Sir Norman Hartnell (English, 1901-1979)
Evening Weap - c. 1923 - by Révillon Frères (French, founded 1723)
Velvet Beaded Art Deco Coat - 1920's - Rue de la Paix Gown
Evening Wrap - 1929 - House of Lanvin (French, founded 1889)
Dance Dress - 1914 - by Lucile (British, 1863-1935)
Cerulean Blue Fur Lined Embroidered Evening Coat - 1920's - Chinese
Dressing Gown - 1920's
Russian-style cut velvet evening coat with beaded passementerie panels and sable trim - c. 1910
The Perfect Bombshell
Awesome Red Fox Fur Coat
Hooded Sable Coat