Ad Campaign – Ship ‘n Shore, 1957

Ship ‘n Shore fashion talks embroidery behind your back

Since we all loved the Ship ‘n Shore blouses from 1953, I thought I might share some from a few years later – 1957.   Like the earlier blouses, these all have a small detail that makes each special, whether it is a line of embroidery down the back or a pocket stitched up like a maze, or a notch cut out of a sleeve.  I can see why the products from this company were so popular.  They were nicely designed and sold for a reasonable price ($3.98 equals $32.49 today).

I’ve now got plans to make that blue blouse.  That is my favorite collar, and I just can’t resist those sleeves.

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5 responses to “Ad Campaign – Ship ‘n Shore, 1957

  1. What gorgeous illustrations! Think of the embroidered one…don’t find those things anymore.

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  2. That maze pocket is awesome!

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  3. Swoon – I love them all, especially the yellow one!

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  4. Such pretty details! I can’t wait to see your version of the blue shirt!

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