Per http://www.dollartimes.com, $5.00 in 1925 had the same buying power as $68.36 in 2016. For more information on Annie Hall fashion, so that this post makes sense to you, visit: www.manrepeller.com.
Betty Beach is one of the country’s thousands of women who’ve recently gone into necessary civilian service to release a man to fight. And she loves it! It has meant telescoping her life…making the most of every minute. For her beauty care, she’s sticking to DuBarry Beauty Preparations…first introduced to her in the Famous SuccessContinue reading “Early Sobriety Tests”
Here’s a cool ad in my June 1919 Motor Age magazine. Note the stockings, the Mexican poncho splayed across the demure seated one’s lap, the backwards baseball cap (oh, that’s just a perspective issue), and the fact that Boko, although marketing to dealers, was reflecting women drivers nearly 100 years ago. Remember that women still couldn’t vote atContinue reading “You’re Motoring”
A prospective Girl of the Month exposes her calves for the judgement of the 1948 staff of The Ranger.
So I’m watching–yes–another episode of the FINAL (gasp!) season of What Not To Wear, while wearing a crazy cute floral skirt and blouse myself, feeling confident and yet saddened by the former Jennifer Keaton of Family Ties fame, played by Miss Tina Yothers. First off, I can easily get past her substantial weight gain; we allContinue reading “What Would We Do, Baby, Without Us?”