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Dress with swag, Jacques Fath, 1949, French; printed viscose rayon and silk, semi-lined

Dress with swag | Jacques Fath | V&A Search the Collections

Grey wool dress with white linen collar and cuffs, by Norman Norell for Traina-Norell, American, 1947.

Norman Norell | Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1930s/1940s hat. Those curled pheasant feathers are amazing!

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September 1941: Dorothy Shapard, student at Vassar, in a career classic blue grey wool dress with a plaid jacket in blue, grey, red, and black and a red hat. Image from © Condé Nast Archive/Corbis,

~ Raleigh Vintage ~: 1940s Campus Suits for Women

A woman wearing a coat made from a white candlewick bedspread as part of recycling initiatives during World War II. Original Publication: Picture Post - 802 - Old Clothes Make News - pub. 1941 (Photo by Zoltan Glass/Getty Images)

Getty Gillies was the first pilot to qualify for the Women’s Auxilary Ferrying Squadron. In early March 1943 Gillies became the first woman to fly the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt when she was checked out on the aircraft at Wilmington, Delaware. Since the P-47 was a single seat aircraft, her first flight was also her first solo flight.

File:Betty H. Gillies.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Another version of the lovely vintage 'eve' style tap pants. This version from the 1940's with a satin fig leaf on tulle netting.


1940's coat made by Rensor of London "The coat is made from a very heavy wool and mohair blend in camel and is single breasted with original large caramel coloured bakelite buttons. It has an amazing stole/wrap that is attached to the back and made of soft thick lambswool with wool/mohair backing and trim and fastens at the front with two chunky buttons. The coat has shoulder pads, two streamlined hip pockets." via eBay