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Printable Tags – Vintage French Fashions

vintage french fashion printable tags

  Vintage French fashion plates adorn these beautiful printable tags. These ladies and fabulous gowns are from the early 1800’s. Each digital tag features two stylish women wearing French fashion dresses and they are framed by a beautiful border reminiscent of a cathedral.

Mens Fashion Silhouettes

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A look¬† at the history of how mens fashions have changed through the ages with silhouettes of clothing worn from 1190 to 1820. Men really knew how to show of their legs in the early years and I thought skinny jeans were the first time we’ve seen such a tight look on guys. Too bad […]

Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: May 2012

Inspired by Downton Abbey Season 2 fashions, here is the May 2012 desktop calendar wallpaper background. Do you have an upcoming spring garden party to attend, read this fashion advice from the early 1920’s on what to wear to your event.

Children’s Hairstyles Dutch Braids, Dutch Haircuts

Newer than “Dutch” braids is the fashion now so popular of wearing the hair drawn softly to the top of the head, caught there with a ribbon, the top strand plaited in the back hair which is slightly, rolled and caught three inches from the ends with another bow as illustrated, in the “hair-dress” of […]

Victorian Hairstyles

How should a victorian lady wear her hair? A Victorian lady of fashion will wear a stylish pompadour to show off her graceful neck to admirers. A shapely head can be seen when tresses are rolled and pinned in a pompadour hairstyle. The hair must part loosely and carelessly on one side and flow gracefully […]

Vintage Hats

vintage hats

Hats were a prominent fashion accessory for many decades. Rules for wearing hats to flatter your face, figure and dress: Very short women should not wear a very tall or wide hat because the hat will exaggerate their diminutive frame. Women with thin faces should avoid plumes of feathers in their hats and too many […]

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    Welcome to Call Me Victorian! This site shares free vintage inspired printables, clipart, images, wallpaper and digital scrapbook ephemera. Are you truly a Victorian Lady at heart? Glimpse into a bygone era and add some Victorian style to your life.