Wednesday, February 27, 2013

All aboard with fashion!




Gone are the days where people dressed up to go to the airport. The 1950s was one of those great decades where women dressed to impress when they traveled and men looked like gentlemen. This was the era where families sat down for dinner, and fashion was revolving into something we now call vintage. One look we absolutely love from this utopia were the stewardess and flight attendants uniforms. 

A flight attendants uniform has been 82 years in the making. Flight attendants were first used as safety for customers on Boeing Air Transport in 1930. They wore boring gray uniforms but through out the years fashion designers transformed the boring nurse like uniforms into something fashionable and fierce.

Stewardess and flight attendants uniforms throughout the years: 

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Vintage flight attendant uniforms white
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Vintage flight attendant uniforms
60s flight attendant uniforms
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XO Wil Harris

5 comments:

  1. they look gorgeous :)
    xo
    http://beauty-lifestyle-fashion-blog.blogspot.de/

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  2. when i was a little girl, my mom would dress up and me too. i actually remember having dinner on the plane. my uncle was a pilot. i dislike travel nowadays. cheaper ticket prices, but you pay for it. great post!
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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    1. Aww, that's so cute! Those were the good old days. :-)
      XO

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  3. Amazing pics!

    www.samspinkslippers.blogspot.com

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  4. love these vintage looks. xoxo linds {{www.rubygirlblog.com}}

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XO Wil Harris