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 1940s Fashion History - 1949 Tailleur Fashion Plates 2
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C20th Fashion History 1940s - Tailleur Fashion Plates Inside Cover 1949

These Summer 1949 German Fašon Tailleur Magazine illustrations are from the inside cover of the magazine from the preceding page. They include a fashion history image of golf and cycling costume as well as everyday wear from the late 1940s era of costume history.  The large pockets are a feature of these full skirted coats.  The full skirts area silhouette line set after Dior's New Look styling. You can see more 1949 fashion images here. These thumbnail images enlarge to A4 size.


1940s Inside the  Fašon Tailleur  Cover - Fashion Images 1949

1940s Inside the  Fašon Tailleur  Cover - Fashion Images 1949 1940s Inside the  Fašon Tailleur  Cover - Fashion Images 1949
1940s Inside the  Fašon Tailleur  Cover - Fashion Images 1949 1940s Fashion Plate Images 1949
All thumbnail images enlarge into A4 size pages for personal use only printing and study.  The last coloured fashion style shown here  is representative of the 20 fashion plates on the previous page of 1949 pictures.

You can read more detailed fashion history text about 1940's costume and fashions for women on the 1940s Utility Clothing Fashion page and you can see more 1946 fashion plates here.  The 20 colour fashion plates that are part of the same book as these images above are on this 1949 fashion plate page.

Hats are very helpful when dating photos as are hairstyles so try 1940s hats and hairstyles sections.

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