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1930s Day Dresses, Afternoon Dresses History

1930s Day Dresses,- Trapunto detail on upper bodice and sleeve, decorative pin vintage fashion style photo print ad women ladies dress short sleeves 30s 40s

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What did Women Wear in the 1930s?

Simple 1937 Afternoon Dresses in solid colors. Often referred to as “city,”” metropolitan,” or “town tailored” these dresses were usually silk or rayon crepe, not cotton. They stuck with the standard silhouette and classic thirties features: puff sleeves, belted waits and large yokes and collars. #1930sfashion #vintage

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1940s Adrian Silk Print Afternoon Dress, via Augusta Auctions.

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Paul Poiret , Afternoon Dress and Hat, 1923 (Dress) Silk crepe de chine and velvet with silk and metallic thread embroidery; (hat) silk with leather appliqué and metallic thread embroidery

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Afternoon dress Date: ca. 1924 Culture: French Medium: cotton, silk Dimensions: Length: 43 in. (109.2 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Phyllis Newma...

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Afternoon dress Date: 1928–29 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, mother-of-pearl Dimensions: Length (a): 46 in. (116.8 cm) Length (b): 37 1/2 in. (95.3 cm)

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30s 1930s vintage gown sewing pattern wedding bridal evening or afternoon dress bust 34 b34 repro

30s 1930s vintage gown sewing pattern by LadyMarloweStudios

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C. 1905 Afternoon Dress Marine blue silk & chiffon dress with gold soutache

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Dress, Lucien Lelong (French, 1889 - 1952): ca. 1926, silk crepe-de-chine, silk looped fringe. "...Lelong introduced in 1925 the concept of "kinetic design"-practical clothing for the modern woman that stressed freedom of movement. The principle is embodied in this afternoon dress with its full paneled skirt, lowered waistline, and decorative fringe, which swings as the wearer moves. Lelong was very popular with American women..."

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Dress, Afternoon House of Patou (French, founded 1919) Designer: Jean Patou (French, 1887–1936) Date: 1927 Culture: French Medium: silk

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