Good Housekeeping Fashion Design Images Oct 1930 - 4
C20th Fashion History 1930s
By Pauline Weston Thomas for Fashion-Era.com
Oct 1930 - Good Housekeeping Fashion Design Images Part 4
C20th Fashion History 1930s
The October 1930 Good Housekeeping magazine had many fine images showing
the latest autumn fashion styles. In particular two of the pages
directly below are
decorated with attractive art deco logo images which were made out of sample of
fashion fabrics of the season. All thumbnail images enlarge
into A4 size pages for personal use only printing and study.
October 1930 - Good Housekeeping Fashion Images 4
Intricately fashion designed close hip hugging true bias
skirts, fur trims and white contrast collars and cuffs were a feature of
female clothes of the 1930s.
Parisian wool tailored street suits and dresses in heavy
dark green crepe marocain (a crepe fabric with weft ribs) or green wool
plaids and fur/ermine trimmings were though perfect for autumnal attire
about town. The article confirmed the new silhouette as being
longer in length and with the waist firmly in its correct position. The
dithering of the 1920s waist had gone.
The pages above stated that suits adopt coats for various
sports and that the coat could be longer or shorter, but that longer
styles would probably be more stylish. These suits and coats were
considered perfect for watching polo or lunching at the country club as
were tweeds and duo toned wools with lilac, black and grey all
mentioned. For evening the look was ankle length and empire line.
read more detailed text about 1930's fashions for women in the
stylish thirties and see more 130 Good
Housekeeping fashions here.
The original scans for the images I've presented here were
kindly provided by Cynthia McCracken of Florida who
sells vintage paper ephemera. My sincere thanks Cynthia for all your
efforts in sending me these great images.
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