A softer, more feminine style replaced the boyish, flapper look of the twenties. At the beginning of the decade, hemlines dropped dramatically to the ankle and remained there until the end of the thirties.

A softer, more feminine style replaced the boyish, flapper look of the twenties. At the beginning of the decade, hemlines dropped dramatically to the ankle and remained there until the end of the thirties.

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Evening ensemble Norman Norell (American, Noblesville, Indiana New York) Design House: Hattie Carnegie, Inc. (American) Date: 1932 Culture: American. I bet this is amazing on! Just the direction of the stripes!

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