- Fashion and Beauty
Women's Vintage & Rockabilly Fashion
...and by "vintage" I mean anything from the 1950s and earlier...
For as long as I can remember, I have been fascinated by the way women dressed in those days. They proved that it's possible for a woman to show very little skin and still be incredibly sexy. The hair, the make-up, the clothing, the accessories & even the people; Everything about that era was simply BEAUTIFUL. The following pictures will prove this. Enjoy them...
I Love Rockabilly!
Rockabilly combines rock-n-roll and country (which was often referred to as hillbilly music) music which dates back to the early 1950s.
What goes with rockabilly music? Why rockabilly fashion, of course! With rockabilly fashion, you get all the beautiful vintage styles we all know and love but with a more modern twist. Bold colors & patterns, pin-curls & flowers in your hair, skulls, vintage inspired shoes, anything goes.
See the following pictures of Bernie Dexter, a beautiful rockabilly model who proves just how sexy & cute a gal can be in rockabilly fashion.
Classy. Beautiful. Sexy.
Pin-Up Hair Tutorial
Here is one of MANY, MANY pin-up hair tutorials posted on YouTube by ilovegerlado! She is great and it's because of her that I started experimenting with vintage hair styling on myself! So check out her videos and even videos by others and start experimenting and get that sexy vintage hair going in the right direction.
A Basic Vintage Make-Up Look
I just found this on YouTube and found it helpful. I hope you will too and be sure to search for more awesome videos just like this one! Have fun.
Vintage Nail Tutorial
You didn't think I'd leave out the nails, did you? The half moon nail look was so IN back in the 1930s, 40s & 50s and it's coming back! This girl show's you the simplest way to do your own half moon nails! Enjoy.
Check Out These Online Shops & Get Your 50s Vintage On!
A List Online Places To Shop For Your Vintage Inspired Attire & More!
Have A Link You'd Like To Add?
If you have a Vintage/Pin-Up/Rockabilly inspired shop that should be on the list, please e-mail me at MJistheBOMB@aol.com and I'll be happy to add it!