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The "peeping tom" framing device for this video is genuinely pretty creepy/weird, but around the 3:00 minute mark, the fashion part starts. women in nylons video’s en clips die beschikbaar zijn voor uw projecten, of begin een nieuwe zoekopdracht om nog meer beelden en b-roll videoclips te bekijken.

Other highlights for me include the 'petal' tap pants and bandeau bralette (fast forward to about 1:38 to see). Before Victoria's Secret, Frederick's of Hollywood was the lingerie name on the tip of everyone's tongue. What's so strange about this video is that these women are presumably alone yet still expected to undress in an alluring manner, and the connection between being fuller-figured and lacking in "feminine wiles" couldn't get more obvious. While there aren't as many vintage lingerie videos as there are for, say, "regular" fashion, I thought these 12 were worth a look.Towards the end, around the 2:00 minute mark, the old style bloomers and nightgown are tossed for more modern intimate apparel. Christian Dior's famous 'New Look' required the sort of structured underpinnings that hadn't been seen since The Edwardian Era. Originally, I was only going to have 11 videos in this list, but then I ran across this absurdly surreal Salvador Dali swimsuit fashion show, and I had to include it. Slips also helped to ensure that clothing 'lay' properly, and didn't accidentally reveal the wearer's body (particularly in the case of sheer or see-through garments). I actually adore fuller cut swimsuits like this, but I also think the strappy back details are surprisingly modern.

Women in the 1920′s and 30′s were trading their long underwear and petticoats for scandalous tap pants and chemises. Prints, patterns, and the ultimate in scandal – black lingerie – didn't reach widespread availability and acceptance until the 1950′s and 60′s. Vintage-inspired, authentic vintage, vintage catalogs…taking a past look at women's undergarments is interesting not only from a fashion perspective, but also from a social or cultural one. If you only have time to watch one scene right now though, make it the striptease with both Bettie Page and Tempest Storm, starting around the 6:00 minute mark.It's only 50 seconds long, but features stunners like eyeball bikinis and swimsuits with attached baseball players (at least, I think that's what that is). The company became infamous for popularizing black lingerie and "sexy" lingerie as well as sending catalogs to homes all across America. And for lingerie lovers, it's a way of seeing how those all those museum undergarments actually look on the female body. It's a cultural treasure full of vintage lingerie, vintage burlesque, and some awesome hair and makeup. The commentary on this video is so incredibly bizarre; it's worth listening to, just very obviously from a different place and time.

We'll star things off with a catchy tune courtesy of Ernst Lubitsch's 1931 film, The Smiling Lieutenant. The 1950’s was an era where the women always seemed to look so perfect – from glamorous pin-up girls and the stars of the big screen, to the ‘average’ housewife.It's the last vintage video (but don't go away because there's one more video you'll want to see below)!

The short film with a new invention (for 1929), the camiknickers…a precursor to more contemporary teddies, bodysuits, and rompers. Slips have more or less fallen out of fashion, but they used to be a vital part of every woman's wardrobe. You can tell a lot about people and the times they lived in based on what they wore, and lingerie is no different.

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