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1930s Swimsuit Fashions

Beautiful Vintage Swimsuit Styles from 1936 – Brighten your whole summer with a complete wardrobe of stunning inexpensive 1936 swimsuits from U.S. Waterwear. A. A lovely one-piece with fishnet inserts under the attached skirt. A patented Howland watertight cap in the new herring-bone Krepe-Tex. Gay nautical decoration. B. A two-piece swimsuit in entrancing solid colors, smart flaring trunks and halter…

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1930s Swimsuit Fashion – Hollywood 1934

Hollywood Styles for the Summer Girl – Stop and stare glamour. Jean Harlow was snapped in this fetching swim suit as she sun-bathed on the edge of her swimming pool during a day off from filming Born to be Kissed. Muriel Evans created a sensation when she appeared in this smart new swim suit at Malibu Beach this week. Chic…

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1930s Swimwear Fashion Report

Hollywood by the Sea July 1934 – 1930’s fashion report Left:Alice Faye,managed to get a nice suntan and the contrast of her skin with her white beach outfit is striking. Her rubber suit and terry-cloth cape are trimmed in green to match her straw hat. Right:Apparently Carole Lombard teases Old Man Sun to do his stuff by wearing this daring…

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Technicolor fashion show – The Women 1939

Luscious costumes by Gilbert Adrian – “Bonjour Madam, Mademoiselle !It gives me great pleasure to take you on this adventurous little voyage into 1930s fashion land. But today ladies, as an innovation, you will see our models go through the rhythmic movement of everyday life, as it responds to the ever changing flow of the female form divine !” Actress…

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1930s Fashion – Karen Morleys Girl next Door Style

The Woman Maketh the clothes in 1932- “Be nonchalant.” That’s the fashion creed of fast rising Hollywood starlet Karen Morley. In other words, Karen chooses her clothes with one effect in mind, a ‘careful’ carelessness. If you think that’s easy to do, you’re all wrong. It’s just as difficult, it requires exactly as much thought and attention, to achieve that appearance…

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Vintage Swimsuit Fashion

Hollywood bathing suits and pyjamas 1930 – The newest in backless and sideless bathing suits demonstrated by Hollywood’s loveliest ladies. Above left Virginia Bruce wears a suit of red and white – the perfect eye catcher for the California sun. Stripes will be worn with plain trunks as also indicated by the new bathing suit of Anita Page on the…

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1930s Fashion – Hollywood Swimsuits – 1932

A peek at Hollywood‘s favourite swimwear – First up is Joan Blondell and the up and coming Bette Davis who both appear in this years Three On a Match. Here Joan sports a playsuit, and doesnt she look sporty? Bette wears a fashionable green and white one piece. Now off down to Malibu where the lovely Joan Blondell is the…

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The Perfect Retro Style Swimsuit for your figure

Retro Swimsuit Info-graphic  from Unique Vintage – Click to download full resolution: Our friends at Unique Vintage – that fine purveyor of all things retro for women of taste have a very clever info-graphic to help you choose the perfect swimwear to suit your body shape. Swimsuit for Small Bust Small Bust? No problem – choose swimsuits adorned with lovely…

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1930’s Swimwear of the Stars !

Glamourdaze reviews the latest styles for summer 1933- Besides having hair that’s the envy of all the other girls in Hollywood, Ginger Rogers has a bathing suit that can be seen from one end of Maliby to the other. Why shouldn’t she look happy? And Joan Blondell says nobody’s going to get more Vitamin D this summer than she is….

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Swimsuit Glamour – Hotel Delmonte Monterey 1935

Glamorous 1930’s  bathing beauties at the Hotel Delmonte in Monterey California. A favorite playground for Hollywood’s movie stars back then. This clip dates from 1935.