Fasten your time machine seat belts ... are you ready for the promised second part of me sharing my vintage magazines? We're going further back in history this time by delving into the 1940's! Enjoy the products, fashions, and products of the mid-late 40's, all from the comfort of your armchair.
LIFE; February 17, 1947
Here we have a smartly dressed lady in Forstmann wool.
Personally, I don't think the giant shredded wheat biscuits look appetizing. What think you?
Memories of the war were still very recent, and as you see above, were more than just memories.
Isn't this clever? A teenage designer figured out how to make clothes from army blankets. I'm not too sure about the safety pin closures though.
These cotton dresses are just beautiful.
This is the beginning of an article that contains several pictures of different nationalities represented in New York City.
We see here that Communism had become quite a concern by this time.
LIFE; August 5, 1946
There's nothing like a silver platter of bacon, right?!
Finally, we can know the secret to having beautiful hair - use a Jewelite brush!
Some things have been around for a long time!
Here is part of an article about the Trans-Siberian railway that alludes to tension with Russia.
This is so sad. :(
Last but not least, here is part of an article about a radio show in which children answered questions. I bet this was fun to listen to!
I hope that you enjoyed this second magazine journey into the "olden days"! :) If you didn't catch the first post, take a look at it here. Have a lovely rest of your week and come back again this weekend!
For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have hope.