Anne Scott-James Anne Eleanor Scott-James, Lady Lancaster was an English journalist and author. She was one of Britain’s first women career journalists, editors and columnists, and in later life, author of a series of gardening books.
Armed with volunteer spirit—and armloads of chickens—a trio from Britain’s Women’s Land Army did its part for the war effort in Fighting the food shortage at home while their men fought for freedom abroad. Photograph from Hulton Archive/Getty Images, 1940
Another trend of the has to do with cuffs on the pants. In the late and early before the war, pants oftentimes incorporated wide cuff details on them. However, as World War II fabric restrictions were put into place, these cuffs were dropped.
Land Girl In Southern England, 1944 British women headed to the fields during WWII in dungarees and buttoned-up shirts. The Land Girls still kept things stylish though, cinching-in their waists with classic belts.