1956 Dating Dilemma: "One of my girlfriends insists that you should not let a boy kiss you good-night unless you love him.
This issue contained supercute spring dresses that are totally still in style and knitting patterns — hey, we're still all about DIY!
"July — the month of 'the Fourth,' vacations, swimming, sailing, sunning, and...bathing suits." This cute suit would've only set you back $13 at Filene's back in 1949.
1955 also brought us the perennial "How to Choose a Guy" quiz.
There's the Muscle Man, Shy but Sweet, Fabulous but Fickle, and the Brain. "This boy is likelier to have his eyes glued to a microscope than to you.
Our first little stall opened up in the quirky depths of Camden Market, and we have been growing ever since.
We pride ourselves on designing and producing all of our own 1940s and 1950s inspired clothing in both our Collectif Vintage and Collectif Mainline collections.
It is interested only in you — and in everything that concerns, excites, annoys, pleases, or perplexes you.
You're going to have to run this show — so the sooner you start thinking about it, the better.
("With a reassuringly minor amount of effort, you can easily manage even a midweek date, school notwithstanding.") Wanna know?
It involves doing your homework during study hall and lunch, going out earlier in the night, and, once in a while, "when schoolwork requires a session at the library hitting the books, turn it into a date."Dolores Hawkins, a singer from the '50s, wore a checkered green dress and little white gloves on the January 1955 cover.