>Winter Coats and A Ginger Rogers Snowsuit- Fall/Winter 1936-37

>I’ve been a bit behind on everything this week, but I wanted to share a fun page from a fall and winter 1936-1937 catalog.  I especially love the sailor style Ginger Rogers snowsuit!

Hope you all have a lovely weekend!

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10 Responses to >Winter Coats and A Ginger Rogers Snowsuit- Fall/Winter 1936-37

  1. garofit says:

    >yes, i totally agree, something like that scores really high on my list of vintage wishes. i also like the short jacket next to it.

  2. Lolita Haze says:

    >I have this catalog too!

  3. Meg says:

    >I love the short jacket! Very sporty, and the colors are awesome. I can't wrap my mind around a ski suit with nautical styling…it's so incongruous!

  4. Evie says:

    >Those fur collars are incredible!

  5. >I love the fur! It looks so warm. I have a terrible time keeping warm during the winter.

  6. LandGirl1980 says:

    >I love them all – especially the prices!

  7. lauren says:

    >i am absolutely bananas over 1930s coats, just over the moon about them. i just bought myself this one and am on tenterhooks as i await it's arrival!http://bit.ly/b4mNHA

  8. casey says:

    >Oooh! All those giant fur collars… *sigh* So glamorous! I'm with Meg on the snowsuit–I don't quite get how the nautical thing (which is traditionally a "summer" look in civilian clothing) goes with snow… Hmm… Not that I'd pass up wearing it (being a bit mad for anything nautical), but it's still a rather odd combination. Thanks for sharing these!♥ Casey | blog

  9. Selina says:

    >I thought the lapels on the Lady Grey coat were huge, but these are even bigger!! Seriously considering making the collar out of faux fur now,Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  10. >Oooh, that plaid one is just wonderful!

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