Fashion Style For Women in 1940s

Women's clothes of the 1940s were typically modeled after the utility clothes produced during war rationing. Squared shoulders, narrow hips, and skirts that ended just below the knee were the height of fashion. Tailored suits were also quite popular.

The American "Victory" suit, which was known as the "Utility" suit in England, was made of a wool-synthetic blend and defined more by what it didn't include than what it did. Consisting of a short jacket with narrow trousers, it had no buttons that weren't useful, no pleats, cuffs or patch pockets.

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