It was never used in Germany

Dating clothing brand dresses

Vintage slips, bras, and garters have metal hardware, not plastic. Hem tape generally indicates North American manufacture. Spandex known outside the U. Three-quarter and seven-eighth length sleeves were popular from the late s through the s. The serger has been in use since the s for seam finishing.

Its most familiar

The Fur Products labeling act of required an accurate description of fur e. Its most familiar use is in the slinky disco shirts of the s. Union labels reflect these changes.

The Fur Products

Sandals entered the shoe wardrobe in mids, first in Europe, then the U. Loops for hanging found inside the neckline of vintage jackets and blouses are usually of European manufacture. The last element of a pre hat to be completed is the lining. It was used extensively for lingerie and dresses until the s, when nylon became popular.

Hats with interior grosgrain ribbons started in the early s. Tiny piped armhole seams date a garment to the s or before and were rare after that. Diamond gussets in the armhole indicate s. Permanently affixed garment-care labels were required in the U.

Dacron trademarked by DuPont refers to several types of polyester yarn. The dot is in the middle of the scale. This is the overlock or serged finish we still use today on cut fabric edges inside garments. Some countries that manufacture shoes for export sensibly mark shoes in the size system of the country they are shipping to. Cartridge pleating of the skirt at its waist is seen from the ss, fading out by the s.

It was never used in Germany. Armholes were cut high and fitted in the s and the s. Rayon, or artificial silk, is a semi-synthetic fabric processed from cellulose wood fibers.