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1930’s Inspired Bridal Hair and Makeup

Be a 1930’s Bride on your big day – 1930s Fashion report – by Cassie Brewer – Makeup Artist If you’re thinking of channeling your inner 1930’s starlet for your big day–Jean Harlow, Bette Davis, Mae West, and Carole Lombard–you’ve come to the right place. The iconic and attainable looks of these women–a mixture of soft features, pencil-thin brows, and a deep-red…

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1930s Fashion – Joan Blondell’s Wedding Trousseau – 1936

A Sneak peek at a Hollywood stars wardrobe – 1930’s Fashion Report for Glamourdaze.com. For the recent marriage to actor Dick Powell, the delectable Joan Blondell ordered a most elaborate trousseau. The outstanding evening gown you see here, is of dusty green pebbly silk with an extreme halter neck line. Silver spangles outline the décolletage they are scattered in gleaming…

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1930s Fashion – Autumn Dress Styles for 1934

 Actress Madge Evans models the new Fall suits – The ‘latest’ 1930s Dress Fashion in Hollywood land 1934 1.The black and white vogue always makes its appearance in the first new Fall dresses, and Madge Evans carries out the popular combination in the silk crepe frock to the left. The becoming collar and cuffs are made of pleated organdie. 2.A…

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1930s Fashion – Dolores Del Rio – 1935 Hollywood Wardrobe

Five Suits worn by Dolores Del Rio in 1935 – Dolores Del Rio adorned the covers of most fashion and movie magazines in 1935 – she was considered one of Hollywood’s smartest dressed actresses and was considered the best example of “the tailored trend” Here are five reasons why! 1930s Tailored Suit 1 Travelling Suit – a gray “taillur” of…

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1930s Fashion – The Year of Wearing Trousers – 1932

The aftershock of Marlene’s infamous Tuxedo premiere in 1932 1930s Fashion Report for Glamourdaze.com Marlene Dietrich certainly started something when she appeared at the opening of  The Sign of the Cross, wearing a masculine tuxedo, wing collar, soft felt hat, mannish topcoat, and a pair of mannish patent leather shoes! If this controversy over trousers for ladies doesn’t subside, President…

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1930s Fashion – Screen Stars show their glamour

Follow my blog with Bloglovin 1930’s Fashion report from Hollywood. for Glamour Daze from Carolyn Van Wycks in 1937 – Virginia Bruce. For Spring days and city streets Virginia Bruce chooses a pne-piece frock of wood green wool crepe. A brown velvet belt is put firmly in its place by a gargantuan safety pin of dull gold. The hat matches…

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1930s Fashion on a budget – Secret Tips from Claudette Colbert

Learn to be glamorous 1930s style – on a budget!  – Claudette Colbert, star of “It happened one night” – tells Caroline Van Wycks, Glamourdaze’s time traveling fashion correspondent – how she learned to be glamorous when she was still a struggling actress with limited income. “What’s the use of talking about clothes when you haven’t the money to spend…

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1930s Fashion -The French Beret

1930s Fashion -The French Beret replaces the Cloche. By 1933 the iconic Cloche hat which was so dominant in the 1920s was replaced by exciting new French styles. The beret – not exactly anything new to the French – was certainly a novelty for many women in the USA and others European countries. Not all imported French berets were alike….

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1930s Fashion – The Definitive sourcebook

1930s Fashion – The Definitive Sourcebook Long overdue and very welcome comes this visual treat for all 1930s fashion fans out there. If you are not yet sold on the glamor and Art deco resplendence that was 1930s style, then this book will give you an epiphany! Published by Goodman Feill for £30 – it’s available from Carlton Books Decade…

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A 1930s Womans Wardobe Plan – by Elsa Schiaparelli

How to be chic on a low income.Schiaparelli extolls the virtue of one suit for all seasons. Acutely aware and empathetic of women on lower incomes, the famous fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli gave her cents worth of advice to Photoplay magazine in 1936. A woman can dress within her income and be chic almost no matter how small that income…

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