Fashion Illustrations of the Early 1930s: Evening Gowns
Some of these lovely gowns would be suitable for afternoon fetes as well as evening affairs. The bias cut style introduced by Hollywood's Adrian, went wild in the 30s, producing some of the most enticing body-hugging garments during the last hundred years.
This style is very feminine, curvy, and lovely. These can work nicely into your collage, art, scrapbooks, card-making and other projects...even for paper dolls and paper doll costumes. These are from 1932-1935.
Two 8.5x11" sheets permanently laser-printed on archival 32# satin-finish paper, and sent in a crystal clear Mylar seal-top bag.