Thursday, March 29, 2012

Going Through the Eras // Random Wednesday {1960s}

I'm going to share scans from three magazines today: American Girl, November 1960; Teen Comb/Out and Hairdos, Summer 1963; and Sears Catalog, Fall & Winter 1960. In the coming months I'll eventually share more pages from these magazines. *smile*

 American Girl, November 1960

 Teen Comb/Out and Hairdos, Summer 1963

Sears Catalog, Fall & Winter 1960

Share your Going Through the Eras post for Wednesday below.


  1. I love old Sears magazines! My Aunt & Uncle have a large stack of them that are so fun to look through... :-)

  2. I love all of these images! Sometimes I wish I grew up in the 50's/60s, just for the clothes!

    Just wanted to let you know I featured you on my blog, so feel free to stop by and grab a button if you want :)

    Modern Modest Beauty

  3. The one thing that popped into my head when I saw the pages of this issue was "Wow, look at how far we've fallen..." Women used to take SUCH care to dress up, made sure their hair was perfect, their nails done, etc. And now, women go shopping at walmart in their pjs and it looks like they no respect for themselves. Ah, I wish sometimes I could live back then!!! :)
    Thanks for sharing part of the issue! That was fun to read. :)

  4. Where do you get all these cute old Sear catalogs? I never come across anything truly vintage anymore at the thrift stores :(

  5. @Chrissy88 I find them on Etsy. Though you can also find them on Ebay.


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