Lana Lobell Fashions of the 1950's-1960's

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The Lana Lobell catalog was first launched in 1950 by a dress store owner by the name of Boris Leavitt. He named it after his daughter and sent them out via his shop.

When I first came across the Lana Lobell catalog my jaw dropped. I never thought I would find one source that epitimized everything I loved about fashion. The clothes are pretty and feminine, as well as wearable and dare I say comfy looking?

I have been wanting to share my love for the Lana Lobell catalogs with you all for a while, so here are some of the beautiful items that were sold via catalog.

A Vintage Nerd Vintage Blog 1960s Fashion Lana Lobell Vintage Fashion Inspiration 1960s Dresses
A Vintage Nerd Vintage Blog 1960s Fashion Lana Lobell Vintage Fashion Inspiration 1960s Dresses
A Vintage Nerd Vintage Blog 1960s Fashion Lana Lobell Vintage Fashion Inspiration 1960s Dresses

Aren't they all to die for? I want everything in a size 12 please! Have you seen the Lana Lobell catalog before?

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  1. Wow! What great inspiration. Thanks for sharing. I could look at these all day.

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  2. Ooohhh, I'm a huge Lana Lobell fan as well and own a couple of these mid-century fashion daydreams myself. I think it would be amazing if a publishing house got a hold of a bunch and could get the rights to reprint them in a collection, akin to the well known Sears catalog books that have been around for quite a few years now.

    ♥ Jessica

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