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A few short, gossipy paragraphs from a Beverly Hills literary magazine printed early in the American home front experience concerning women war-workers, fabric rationing and the long-standing debate between ready-made uniforms vs custom-made uniforms:

"Of course any woman works better if she feels she is dressed becomingly, and at present we all need to pull together at our very best - so work it out for yourself."

"'Listen, dear,' said the salesgirl, 'I wouldn't buy a uniform today if I was you. We've got a much cuter collection coming next week - more your type.'"

Click here to read an article about women's uniforms during W.W. I.

More about W.W. II fashions can be read here.

     


Women, Fashion and Uniforms on the Home Front (Rob Wagner's Script Magazine, 1942)

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