Let me tell this using term so popular in TV shows back in the day: Le't's get this show on the roll:
Here's one for the coming summer of 1958
(and all the summers to follow)
our Burda editors give us NAVY.
If you're still struggling with a lot of blue in your life
(err, like myself)
you can always to "negative": more white, less blue
it's still navy, folks! :)
Please, divert your gaze (just for a moment)
from the lovely dresses and pay attention to
the hairstyle in upper right corner:
mid-parting.. so, the '60 are near
Even Sissy said "yes" to wearing
Knot your way onto summer
with these amazing ideas
Here's a great way to "break" a somewhat sport-ish attire:
give it a "boost" with jewelery
I'm such a sap when it comes to tablecloths
This bird-pattern is done in a cross-stitch,
and it's subtle and simple look is just perfect
(I would pick a different color pattern, though) :)
Taft... lasts a whole day!
(it does, I've used it)
Here are some solutions for all those "problem" areas
like sloping ceilings..
no one wants them, but once you have it - you can go around it
and make it appealing.
"We live under the roof"
ideas for all those who live in apartments on the top of the building.
Kids wearing a dirndl... adorable!
"Your skin - healthy and beautiful"
Tashan - cream with added vitamins
(production stopped in 1997, I believe)
Hints on fashion
This issue features an amazing "Exclusive model"
red with polka dots,
tight around waist, but gives a little strength to shoulders
Quite the lovely dress.
In case you are wondering
what the "pudding" in bottom left corned might be
I think it's a "spinach aspic"
An "aspic" (the word even we, over here, use in identical form) is a gelatin-meal, and can be made by quite a lot of ingredients. As I've just wrote, main thing to make an "aspic" is the proper use of meat stock gelatin (something I'm yet to master).
Looking like tiny adults
(I can't judge the parents for doing that,
since mine done just the same) :)
What's in stores, for March 1958
/and the "eyebrow lady" again :)
Learn how to sew attachments
Embrace your inner cowgirl, ladies..
You're asking me how's work: