Retrô Do francês rétro, palavra usada para descrever roupas de épocas anteriores, no mínimo de vinte anos passados. Muitos estilistas apresentam trajes retrô em suas coleções. Essas roupas, embora tenham uma proposta reformista, são revividas para funcionar com o visual do momento. Nos anos 90,calças boca-de-sino e crochês, duas ideias características dos anos 60,reapareceram nas coleções, mas de forma mais sofisticada e na corrente em voga.

by Niamh Wilson. Wouldn't it be great if some nursing homes had dining rooms that looked like diners?

1950s Diner and a delicious looking sundae with a cherry on top

This is the only soda/ice cream shop left in Phoenix. Been there since This must be MacAlpines on St.

After 3 hours of rocking around the clock her shift at the diner is over. So Scarlett leaves the diner and decides what to do next.

Unos Quince vintage inspirados en la década de los 50's

The Old Juke Box.After 3 hours of rocking around the clock her shift at the diner is over. So Scarlett leaves the diner and decides what to do next.

1950's cars were brightly colored, and in all different shapes and color schemes. People were considered lucky to have cars back then.

This was a car in the The car industry was booming at this time due to the new amount of freedom people had. The invention of the car pushed America forward

Authentic and natural 1950s makeup guide. How to create a vintage makeup look worn by real women in the 1950s. vintagedancer.com/1950s/1950s-makeup/

Authentic Natural 1950s Makeup History and Tutorial

How-to of makeup or hairstyle from the decade. These can be period pieces or contemporary recreations, but they must accurately represent the decade being researched.

vintagegal: “Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, 1950s. Kodachrome by Chalmers Butterfield (via) ”

Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco Kodachrome by Chalmers Butterfield. I love all things Golden Gate!

LIFE at the Drive-In: Photos of a Vanishing American Pastime ~ The first drive-in movie theater opened in Camden, New Jersey, on June 6, 1933. At the height of their popularity in the 1950s and 60s there were roughly 4,000 drive-in theaters across America compared to only a few hundred today. This photo was taken in Chicago, 1951 - LIFE magazine.

LIFE at the Drive-In: Photos of a Vanishing American Pastime

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