vintage childrens fashion



The White House


This is a beautifully tailored, eye-catching child’s ensemble made from high-quality English wool in electrifying colors. It has been documented that the ensemble was purchased on New Bond St. in London, a street where luxury goods are sold. The style of the dress marks the end of formal dressing, for children weren’t as commonly dressed in this manner in the 1970s.



1920s Britain at work and play: Glorious National Geographic colour photographs capture an innocent age a century ago

1. Two women buy ice cream from a vendor out of his converted car in Cornwall - which has the phrase ‘Stop Me & Try One’ - in 1928.

2. Children play on the sand near Yarmouth, a popular destination for holidaymakers on the Isle of Wight in 1928.

3. A young girl plays on the beach with bucket and spade in Sandown on the Isle of Wight in 1928.

Photo by Clifton R. Adams, National Geographic, Corbis