Posts Tagged ‘fashion’

Amy’s Pick: Lady in Fur

Friday, July 13th, 2012
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Amy’s Pick is a fashion illustration depicting a red-haired woman in a black fur coat and blue dress. Be inspired by this vintage French couture!

Looking for more fashion images? Click here to see our selection! Be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and “save to” your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image.

We would love to see what you create. Send us images of your projects so that we may post them on our Facebook page. Please post your comments and feel free to email your project images to cheryl@thevintageworkshop.com.

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Amy’s Pick: Ladies in Blue

Friday, June 29th, 2012
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Amy’s Pick of the Day is an illustration of three ladies modelling vintage blue dresses. This image would be perfect for adding a vintage touch to any project!

Looking for more dresses? Click here to see our selection! Be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and “save to” your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image.

We would love to see what you create. Send us images of your projects so that we may post them on our Facebook page. Please post your comments and feel free to email your project images to cheryl@thevintageworkshop.com.

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Amy’s Pick: Gibson Girl

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
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Amy’s Pick of the Day is an illustration of a classic Gibson Girl. This characterization of women was designed by the early 20th century illustrator, Charles Gibson, and portrays the ultimate icon of American beauty at that time as having youthful features and hair piled on top of her head. She was supposed to be confident, independent and charming.
Looking for more images of beauty? Click here to see our selection! Be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and “save to” your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image.

We would love to see what you create. Send us images of your projects so that we may post them on our Facebook page. Please post your comments and feel free to email your project images to cheryl@thevintageworkshop.com.

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