1930s Fashion History for Fabulous Feminine Style

Monday, October 14th, 2013

1930s fashion was an era of feminine and romantic style as influenced by America’s captivation with silver screen stars who wore sensual silks, luxurious lace and backless gowns. Coco Chanel knit suits, Elsa Schiaparelli hats and designs in her “shocking pink” color, Madeleine Vionnet bias cut dresses and Madame Gres Grecian-style pleated dresses were some styles that graced the pages of Vogue and the runways of Paris.

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5 Pieces That Defined 1930s Fashion

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

Despite being an era of economic struggle, 1930s clothing was inspired by an era of revolutionary style thanks to advancements in clothing production, the popularity of Hollywood cinema as well as the increased resourcefulness of daywear fashion because of the Great Depression. Keep reading after the jump to see 5 iconic pieces from the 1930s and to read how they revolutionized the way American women dressed!

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