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) Coat collars came down to create the “attractive” V-neck, and shoulder pads were added to create a more masculine and square appearance. ) The double-breasted suit had became much more common; this would be something that even the everyday man would own.Jackets were long and “dressed up” (something that had withstood the test of time!Now that most women had more productive and busier lives, (much like running out to auditions and rehearsals!) simpler, pared down clothes gave a freedom of movement to women, who relished it in their daily life.It's always a laugh to look back at love advice from different eras and see how much things have changed. Old people."A roundup of tips from the '30s has been making the rounds, so just for fun, let's check it out.Like in 50 years, someone will probably be all "Gena Kaufman was so quaint when she suggested she preferred texting to calling! Some of the tips are timeless ("The last straw is to pass out from too much liquor" is good advice for anyone regardless of gender or relationship status); others, not so much.Retro inspirations: What Our Married Grandmothers Can Teach Us About Being Single Fantasy Boyfriends: If You Could Date a Guy From Any Era, Which Would You Pick?Call Me Old-Fashioned, but I Think You Should Wait at Least Three Dates to…

Foundations in shades such as ‘Gardenia’ and ‘Tea Rose’ were paired with ivory and light mauve colored powders to achieve a striking, flawless skin.) Imagine that the zipper was something that was actually relatively new.A designer by the name of Schiaparelli liked new things as well as new ideas.More luxurious gowns were kept and only worn for evenings.New fabrics were popping up all over the place, like metallic lame that was very popular at night and made to shimmer even more by adding plastic sequins and glass beads.Skirts were frequently much longer in the back rather than the front.

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