- Title: Out-Of-Style: A Modern Perspective of How, Why and When Vintage Fashions Evolved
- Author: Betty Kreisel Shubert
- Released: 2013-10-01
- Pages: 372
- ISBN: 0983576165
- ISBN13: 978-0983576167
- ASIN: 0983576165
Review "You have done a masterful job of defining your subject and your expertise in this field is unique... Your book promises to be a wonderful help to genealogist researchers everywhere. With great admiration for you."
-- Loretto (Lou) Szucs, Author, Executive Editor, Ancestry.com
"Teachers of Theatre will find this book to be a useful tool. This text helps technical theatre students create correctly styled costumes and helps performers create characters influenced by time appropriate attire."
-- Bart McHenry, Dean of Fine Arts and Media Technology, Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, California
"Drawing upon her years of costume design experience and love of social history, Betty gives the lay person or the professional designer an invaluable research tool. She does this simply and without the complexity one must wade through in other history of costume books. Her creativity and sense of humour jumps from every page. This is one of the most valued 'go to' books in my library with talking points new, even to me."
-- Alyja Kalinich Disneyland Costume Designer
"Having struggled many times to figure out when a photo was taken, I know how much this book is needed. Betty's expertise will be helpful to all of us who depend on historical accuracy."
-- Juliana Smith, Ancestry.com Editor, Weekly Discovery
"Out-of-Style" is an important costume history reference text with hundreds of time-sequenced illustrations of changing Western fashions from the 1830s to the present... A delightful chain of ten fashion model ladies are sketched..."Out-of Style" presents a gold mine of information about vintage fashion evolution over the past two centuries..."Out-of-Style" is a fantastic resource for theatre groups, genealogists, costume designers, vintage collectors, social historians, and fashionistas. As a real plus, it is a fabulously fascinating, fun book to read!"
-- Midwestbookreview.com March 2013 pdf