Dating in the 1930

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1930s Trench Coat: Image courtesy of Columbia Gallery Clothes for the working classes changed little.The cap seen below was quite popular for the working man.New fabrics were popping up all over the place, like metallic lame that was very popular at night and made to shimmer even more by adding plastic sequins and glass beads.Skirts were frequently much longer in the back rather than the front.It's your job to flatter him about how skilled he is at sitting on the couch in sweatpants playing imaginary sports.Chewing gum politely is a good tip for life generally, but a better solution if you're bored than pretending you're not is to get the heck out of that date already.Trouser pants were still creased and cuffed at the bottom.

The hemlines reached the bottom of the calf shortly afterward.Wealthy women hadn’t the need to wear practical “day” clothes, although styles had been designated for day and night.Now that most women had more productive and busier lives, (much like running out to auditions and rehearsals!) simpler, pared down clothes gave a freedom of movement to women, who relished it in their daily life.More luxurious gowns were kept and only worn for evenings.

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