Beach at Biarritz, France. Late 1920's history

Madame Samuel Rochas (Rina Rochas) - September 1930 - Biarritz, France - Photo by the Seeberger Brothers beautiful wide leg trousers

1920s beaded dress

Vintage 20s Flapper Dress - 1920s Gatsby Off White Hand Beaded Chiffon Dress - Evening Wedding - Size S to M - As Is - For Study Only

Vintage Flapper Dress - Gatsby Off White Hand Beaded Chiffon Dress - Evening Wedding - Size S to M - As Is - For Study Only


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British fashion in the 30's

I find so funny is how fashion comes full circle.the pants these ladies are wearing are back in style! You probably wear anything they are wearing and be in modern fashion.except the hat.

1930.. So stylish -- even for today!

soleil-de-matin: “Polka-dot fashion near Admiralty Arch, London, photo by Norman Parkinson, ”

1930s Striped t-shirt & wide-legged trousers. http://www.etsy.com/shop/VintagePennyLane  https://www.facebook.com/VintagePennyLane

wide-legged trousers - note that sail boat applique on the hem! Wide-leg trousers were called 'slacks'. Many famous actresses wore these- that were in pants regularly--> Joan Crawford and Marlene Dietrich

Lace Tea Dress Made Of Embroidered Cream Net With Ecru Filet Lace Insertions, Salmon Underdress And Ribbon A Low Waist   c. Mid-1920's Augusta Auctions

LACE TEA DRESS, MID Embroidered cream net w/ ecru filet lace insertions, salmon underdress ribbon at low waist, B L (bow in front torn) excellent. via Augusta Auctions.

lartigue photo, 1930

In praise of 1930s trousers

Renée Perle at Juan-les-Pins, France, 1930 by Jacques-Henri Lartigue. Fabulous wide leg pants and wavy bobbed hair 'do.

Here is a day dress from 1932. The day dresses of this time were longer than the 1920s. They usually hit the calf and had slightly higher waistlines than the natural waistline.

Living with Jane: Dress: Gunmetal-Grey Shorten the hemline to knee length for day dresses - ohne Schleife wunderbar!

I like the detail at the waist and pretty much everything else about this ensemble - vintage fashion.

Hélène Arpels (née Ostrowska), wife of jeweler Louis Arpels - June 1937 - Dress by Maggy Rouff - Hat by Carolina Reboux - I like the detail at the waist (and pretty much everything else about this ensemble).

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