Karolina Żebrowska
Karolina Żebrowska
Karolina Żebrowska
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[EN] just another weirdo obsessed with the past. vintage style and fashion history geek, appreciator of old things in general. [PL] historia mody, styl vintage, filmy i starocie. opowiadam o tym, co dawniej i pokazuję to, co dziś z tego zostało.
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5 meses atrás
Sheetal Maharjan
Sheetal Maharjan 11 horas atrás
i love "Emma"
Ashley Rose
Ashley Rose 12 horas atrás
Karolina I feel like you and Hila Klein would be great friends !! She's the fashion designer for Teddy Fresh.
Nefeli Tsakiridi
Nefeli Tsakiridi 12 horas atrás
How about kimoNO
Sheetal Maharjan
Sheetal Maharjan 12 horas atrás
i looked pretty in 17th century
Sheetal Maharjan
Sheetal Maharjan 12 horas atrás
i understand this so much. back in school i was so insecure about my big body and now everyone says i have great body because of it is big. but how am i supposed to overcome the trauma of teenage when i was made fun because of my body and just think i am pretty? it will take a while but i am learning to love myself for everything.
Heather Anne
Heather Anne 12 horas atrás
still gets me 🤣🤣🤣
The Stammering Dunce
The Stammering Dunce 12 horas atrás
I have a question for Polish-speakers: how intelligible is 17th century Polish to modern standard Polish?
Maus201 12 horas atrás
What you said at the end reminds me of the actress from "Dirty Dancing". She didn't like her nose and had a nose job after the movie. And then she didn't get hired anymore because the movie industry thought no one would recognize her. She wasn't special anymore.
Cheree Porter
Cheree Porter 12 horas atrás
amazing and perfect video. I had a boyfriend who told me I need to change my butt shape. I was running 3 miles a day and had lost 100 lbs and he tried to convince me I needed “the Brazilian butt” workout because my butt wasn’t a “bubble” shape and if I was “properly motivated” and really wanted to “look my best” I would work to change my body shape. (He constantly spouted “I just want you to be healthy” but then I was never small enough with a small enough stomach but my butt was too small??) I went from 200 lbs to 130 in a year in a half. I had a complex for a long time and now I’m focusing on Botticelli and loving myself.
Cheree Porter
Cheree Porter 12 horas atrás
Ps google Rubenesque art to see cellulite before fast food. It’s just a condition of the skin from spending a lot of time sitting.
Anxhela Koka
Anxhela Koka 12 horas atrás
I saw u and subscribed don’t know why
Cappea San
Cappea San 13 horas atrás
😂😂😂 you just had to add the "and I'm just sitting there, barbecue sauce on my-"
A Volleyball
A Volleyball 13 horas atrás
Gerald Henderson
Gerald Henderson 13 horas atrás
When you were 10 it looks like you were rapping!
Liberty Jefferson1776
Liberty Jefferson1776 13 horas atrás
I honestly don't know how your channel showed up in my reccomended, but I'll just say that as a man, I find this fascinating. I guess men have a pseudo-equivalent of beauty standards (for lack of a better term) in the desire to be more muscular, but it's not as intense as it seems with girls.
George Oldsterd
George Oldsterd 14 horas atrás
Oooh, Karolina, I agree with you absolutely on the topic of seasons! Though I do like spring as well (until May's heatwave starts 😖).
George Oldsterd
George Oldsterd 14 horas atrás
When I was little, my grandparents (and all other relatives from the countryside) would always comment on how I'm always pale and untanned. I just never saw the appeal of tanning, even though my mother kept telling me (still does sometimes) that it's healthy when done in moderation.
Eggos Eleven
Eggos Eleven 14 horas atrás
Man I remember when I had a teacher who literally explained to me that each country has their own beauty standards which made me realize that there is no such thing as perfection. The only thing you need is to accept your self and see beauty in your self.
Daria Orme
Daria Orme 15 horas atrás
omygosh the peacock brooch
Temari 15
Temari 15 15 horas atrás
I wish I could show this to my super insecure friends who don't have social media.
Rahi LeShanbi
Rahi LeShanbi 15 horas atrás
I love how people are blaming costume designers for the things the actresses said. Like millions-budget movies couldn't afford professional costume designers? No, honey. It's cause the actresses chose to exaggerate and even manipulate what happened to make themselves look like martyrs... They said they should've hypervalented and compared it to childbirth lmao.. stop falling victims to celebs lies.
Home Vid
Home Vid 15 horas atrás
Why my tears can't stop coming?
Blackwood 5225
Blackwood 5225 15 horas atrás
This is great!
booby scoo too
booby scoo too 15 horas atrás
I mean, I'm not personally a fan of corsets, but I don't see how they differ much from Spanx or girdles. Same thing, basically. 🤷‍♀️
David Evans
David Evans 15 horas atrás
Something fascinating about the woman in that portrait at 11:33, she had breast cancer and elected to have her breast removed surgically. One of the only written accounts of such a surgery from the patient's perspective. She wrote in detail about the experience, no anesthesia. She lived for years after so the surgery was an enormous success.
Olivia H
Olivia H 16 horas atrás
The slight pan to the child as it blows away
Mithrandir Silvertongue
Mithrandir Silvertongue 16 horas atrás
Not cringy enough, you are too funny for Disney 😂
Belleza Vudd
Belleza Vudd 16 horas atrás
So all the bad behavior girls of the 1800s had broken ribs and livers cut in half. Thats some bad ass pain control those women had. 🤤🤤😲 You're my favorite Polish Madame !! 💗😊
Eggos Eleven
Eggos Eleven 16 horas atrás
Well they were right periods do make us crazy 😜
Maddie Allen
Maddie Allen 17 horas atrás
whenever I was in middle school I loved corsets (still do), and wore them to school every day. I walked up and down stairs and sung for an hour straight (which may not sound like much but I was 11 at the time and needed to take more breaths). My friends always asked if it was hard to sing in it and I would let and they ended up feeling no difference except for actually standing up straight which is what you are supposed to do, I had to stop wearing them to school because my LA teacher said that it was offending her. I started wearing them to school again in 7th grade and none of the female teachers minded.
oh2sail 17 horas atrás
Even being middle class in the 1960s we owned few clothes and commonly hand washed and altered our clothing. Fabrics didn’t have any stretch, and I think this was one of the reasons we didn’t gain weight, because there was no give, and your clothes wouldn’t fit, and clothes were expensive.
T K 17 horas atrás
I love your outfits
T K 18 horas atrás
Bloomers! Glad to know their history, thanks!
Bob A Linx
Bob A Linx 18 horas atrás
She’s like a female Ryan George. (He’s pretty funny.)
Zimuahaha 18 horas atrás
I used to get made fun of all the time for my thick eyebrows. Now, I have people coming up to me, telling me how awesome they are. Like, whaaaat?
Angel Demonica
Angel Demonica 18 horas atrás
I'm not seeing much citation, but alot of opinion in this video. I appreciate the insights, but will research further on my own. The MUM site someone posted was good. I'm appreciating the comments with links to sources!
Moms Making History
Moms Making History 18 horas atrás
This reminds me of an article I saw recently about how The Young People want to dress like grandmas from the Wall Street Journal. (Also reminds me of Rachel Maksy's Whiskey Grandpa aesthetic xD)
Angel Demonica
Angel Demonica 18 horas atrás
So emotionally evoking. And that last shot of you as a nurse straight to camera with eyes wide is phenomenal. Stop and print that. Thank you for putting real woman on Broadcast. 👏🙌
Ryan Michael
Ryan Michael 18 horas atrás
Can you do one for the Romantic period?
Belleza Vudd
Belleza Vudd 18 horas atrás
2:42 Dont know what was sexualized or not back then but they sure designed some extremely penis-evoking buildings like the one above. Woah Peter bilt backdrops. 😁
Lucía 18 horas atrás
13:15 my life
Jessye More
Jessye More 19 horas atrás
I have to talk about the nose part! I would have never thought about changing my nose if it wasn't because of all those standards. And because many people do it, I feel like we are less having kind of a big long nose and so I think my nose is soooo biiiiig compared to others.... Even though I know it's perfectly fine...
Joshua Horn
Joshua Horn 19 horas atrás
“This is a video” 😆
Anoushka Noller
Anoushka Noller 19 horas atrás
11:32 is me seeing bleached eyebrow trending after years of bullying for extremely fair brows......fuck i was so angry you have no idea
Madamoizillion 19 horas atrás
I think the dried apple part was referring to a pomander, which could either be a literal dried apple ("pom" is a root word for apple in many languages) or a small round sachet stuffed with herbs and spices and was thought to ward off the plague.
The Living Risi
The Living Risi 19 horas atrás
I watch this on a monthly basis.
Victoria Louizaire
Victoria Louizaire 19 horas atrás
You gained a subscriber!🤗
I C 19 horas atrás
Women used to be incredibly strong, tuff, humble, and never complained. Now they bitch about everything, cry about inequality and claim to be strong.
tinybrush tim
tinybrush tim 19 horas atrás
so glad you found your cat!!! I would be so sad if I couldn’t find my wittle fur baby 😢 great video though!!!! 😆😆😆✅✅✅😢😢😢
L Gayle
L Gayle 20 horas atrás
I agree 100%
Nathan Benatti Silva
Nathan Benatti Silva 20 horas atrás
I have no idea how youtube got me here in your channel, and now im obsessed with your videos and with fashion history, and the funny thing is that i was never into fashion, anyway, thanks my dear!
Marcos Rodrigues
Marcos Rodrigues 20 horas atrás
Amazing video ❤
s8nn 20 horas atrás
Does anyone remember "heroin chic" bc I thank it daily for my eating disorder
J King
J King 20 horas atrás
Nice job! Love you....
Olivia Jeanette
Olivia Jeanette 21 hora atrás
I love these😂😂😂😂😂
Candice Cates
Candice Cates 21 hora atrás
Apparently, I’ve been living under a rock since 2019.
mappplesirrup 21 hora atrás
i like this
pink unicorn
pink unicorn 21 hora atrás
Taylor looks great. ❤️You too 💜
Blossomness Studios
Blossomness Studios 21 hora atrás
Recently my sister and I have taken up cross-stitching! It's so fun, and there's no shortage of patterns and ideas. I also like how I can get results quickly, and the repetitive stitching is calming. I love making items from video games specifically, one pixel translated into one stitch. So far I haven't done more that a 40x40 stitch project, but I'm getting better! I also love to relax with tea. I have a teacup that wasa a gift from my best friend that is perfect for the amount I like. My favorite is Earl Gray, specifically Bigelow because it has more bergamont oil. I like to add some suger and almondmilk, Ive found other milk to heavy, grainy, or sour in tea. The last time I had tea was when my friend (the one who gave me the cup) and I made Chai and sat outside to watch the Pink Moon on April 26. It was great.
KOKO ** 21 hora atrás
For those of us who don't speak polish, perhaps subtitles? Or, the sections read printed in description, so we can make use of translate apps?😒🤷‍♀️
George Oldsterd
George Oldsterd 21 hora atrás
Ah, the old 20 century flute meme! 😁
George Oldsterd
George Oldsterd 21 hora atrás
That moment they started knocking (tapping? Wrapping?) on the book, after the last 'hit', my computer's speakers made a 'thump' sound. I shit you not! It was just so well timed, it's amazing! Why did my speakers make the sound? Because I switched off the computer's power without unplugging it from the power socket, so some residual electricity keeps flowing between the computer and the speakers.
Molly 22 horas atrás
10/10 I wish this was a real show 😂
Monika 22 horas atrás
Do you notice in Poland that beauty standards are still skewed towards thinspiration and diet culture? I know in the US bigger butts are in, but I wasn’t sure if that translated over to Poland or the rest of Europe yet. I feel like most influencers from Europe I see are still “thin” and every time I go to visit my family I still get comments on my “big hips and thighs”
Monika 22 horas atrás
Once I hit puberty my mom (who grew up in a european, diet-centric thin culture) would consistently comment about how my hips and butt were “ok for Hispanic girls” but too big for a “polish girl”. Thank god for some reason despite all my other insecurities I never let it get to me because I’ve managed to stay pretty self confident when it comes to my body, which is naturally pear shaped! But it could’ve done some serious damage and equally led to an eating disorder if I had believed what she said. Now but hips/butts are “in” and I couldn’t be happier! Too bad all body shapes can’t be appreciated and “in” all the time
Monika 23 horas atrás
It makes me so sad when you see all the beautiful unique middle eastern “hooked” noses being replaced with western-centric button noses.
Ben SreR sf
Ben SreR sf 23 horas atrás
this is my life so far
ColorfulVoid 23 horas atrás
Beauty standards are simple though : society make you think you are ugly because you should like the opposite of yourself, whatever your body looks like at the time…
Melodi D
Melodi D 23 horas atrás
Okay. I'm all of them in one freaking person XD
tyyphus yeet
tyyphus yeet 23 horas atrás
Gosh, I love seeing someone say this. Beauty standards are just bullshit. I struggled with them for so long. I always tried to wear clothes that were currently in trend and I always felt SO uncomfortable in them. By now I have finally found my own style that I personally like and that I really feel comfortable in. I figured out that I feel comfortable when a lot of my skin is covered, so I prefer to wear long sleeves and turtle necks. I don't even really have insecurities about my skin, but showing it makes me so uncomfortable lol. As it's getting warmer outside I started wearing shorter stuff again and I feel way more confident than before. Probably I just needed that kinda time off and finding the right style for me. I also dyed my hair and it honestly boosted my confidence so much. It's not the entire hair, just a part of it in blond (naturally brown), but I suddenly started liking my hair when I used to hate it before. Recently I also started trying around with different hairstyles. My hair is curly and has a lot of volume and as my face is quite round it would always look even rounder when I wore my hair open and in full volume and I hated it. Now I started wearing a little braid at the top to remove somd layers of the volume and I'm suddenly really starting to like my hair. So idk, the advice I can give based on my experiences would probably be that (Mostly regarding clothing and stuff because that helped me the most with overcoming my insecurities): Top priority is that you are comfortable. It's okay if you are comfortable with the current beauty standards and it's okay if you are not. There is a style for everyone. Don't be afraid to be bold when choosing your style. I used to be afraid to wear jeans in any other colour and shape that the standard blue ones, but after multiple "Fuck it, I'll just buy this and go for it" I have found some super comfortable and cool looking jeans. So always dare to leave your comfort zone, there may be a lot of pleasant surprises waiting <3
Melodi D
Melodi D 23 horas atrás
One day this look will be considered as vintage.. Just saying XD
Ostblock Latina
Ostblock Latina 23 horas atrás
Gosh you look so good in red.
abrady0 23 horas atrás
Your channel remides looks like the European version of xiran jay zhao idk why tho
Belleza Vudd
Belleza Vudd Dia atrás
"Colors are for females" tell that to every much more colorful male bird. Sexist clothing and fashion stereotypes are just one more obnoxious form of control. And for what ?? They dont even know theyre just slaves to trends in tradition. Self righteously ignorant for the protection of more misinformation and absurd personal limitations.
Hannah Fisher
Hannah Fisher Dia atrás
How many people heard her say wearing hats to school and thought lol I don't want to be yelled at.
Lisamdignam Dia atrás
Girl,wow, just wow 👏 😍 👏 👏 👏 👏 👏
Ostblock Latina
Ostblock Latina Dia atrás
As to the things that contained, for example, arsenic, which was put there with full premeditation, while it was very well known to be poisonous weren't cases of "it didn't click". It were the cases of "hi, it is me, a filthy rich and grossly greedy and cynical manufacturer, but there's no legal restrictions keeping me from putting poison into things people eat or keep at home, nor to list them among the ingredients so I don't care, LOL". Also I don't see how wearing jewelry made of hair is more disgusting than wearing wigs or extensions made of natural human hair nowadays. Also #2 Me: *Victorians killing animals only to take their decorative bits, what a waste!* Victorians: * *Start putting the whole actual killed animals on their heads* *
Gnarbel Jo
Gnarbel Jo Dia atrás
One distinction though: women of good social standing never left home without gloves and a hat, ever! Evening gloves (and styles of them, and the dresscode they involved, or dressing for an evening at the opera etc are another issue. My grandmother was born 1906 and lived to 99, 5 years old. She never left the house without gloves and hat or barét or at least a silk scarf. She was my best friend and closest family member and I learned all I know about her era of life, fashion, housekeeping etc from her, as well as life skills to manage through hard times, rationing; also the womens rights movement, adaptibility and social duties to the less fortunate. I wish everyone had the experience of a close relationship to someone of her generation, I miss her dearly.
mepple Dia atrás
I honestly always found big noses to be more attractive. I don't find small noses to be ugly though, it's just that for me personally it makes a face look more interesting and special. Same with me prefering chubby women and short, non-muscular men. Obviously that is just my type but I always was so confused about the beauty standards when I was a young teen . I started questioning myself, since even the people I was attracted to thought I was making fun of them when I gave them compliments for the body parts they were insecure about. Now I'm a little bit older and don't give a shit about trends and social norms anymore and I'd recommend anyone to do so, too. My point is we've all got a very subjective view about the definition of an aesthetic human being and I hope everyone realizes that ugly people don't exist and as long as you're comfortable in the body that is your own and no one else's it doesn't matter what (the majority of) people think.