Women's 1930's fashions filmed by an early original sartorialist named Ivan Besse on the streets of Britton, South Dakota, in a newly edited edition of his films.
20's - 30's beach pajamas
It is elegance, sophistication and are visually very iconic. Until the 1920's, pajamas were only worn as sleepwear, then sometime in the 1920's it is become used outdoors as a cover-up over swimming costumes on the beaches of the French Riviera.
1930's Fashion: Polka-dot dress with light jacket.
1930's Irene's Suits
Feminine suit features a row of seven buttons on a peplum jacket with diagonal buttons on the flap pockets. Irene loved using buttons of distinction, often using buttons made of special materials and semi-precious stones. Irene's suits could be worn for years and often were. They represented the pinnacle of women's design and tailoring. Irene's gowns also stayed fashionable for years, Marlene Dietrich took several purchased in the 1930's, to entertain the troops during World War II.
1930's clothing was somber and modest, reflecting the difficult social and economic situation of the decade. Women's fashions moved away from the brash, daring style of the 1920's towards a more romantic, feminine silhouette.
spring/summer 1938 Sear & Roebuck catalog
From the pages of the spring/summer 1938 Sear & Roebuck catalog comes a selection of the most delightfully pretty late 1930's women's fashions.