Wartime Fashion

Women of war unite!

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Les chic chaussures of the 1940’s; oxfords, pumps, sandals.

Feminine, even at work: Female workers composed of 1/3 of the workplace during WWII. This factory worker is wearing a tan and cerulean-collared jumpsuit while still wearing a visibly seeing a hint of skin and skirt.
Factory girl: In her white and black polka dot turban with victory curls tucked under and applying rouge lipstick. 

Factory girl: In her white and black polka dot turban with victory curls tucked under and applying rouge lipstick

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Grey Scale: A lineup of women in the army uniforms (circa 1940).

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The Andrews Sisters - Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree, 1942.

— Is there anything else that states Wartime Fashion than The Andrews Sisters?

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