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Bias cut dresses were invented by Madaline Vionet from 1920s and there are 3 kind of evening dresses became very popular in 1930s, when women want to have a feminine look,the dress were backless, and the bodices were slightly bloused, dresses length were floor-length or below the ankle. Im very interesting because we are wearing the same trend from 80 years ago and how far this time period 's designers can see

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1930's Bias Cut

1930s Royal Blue & Gold Art Deco Multi-color Decadent Bias-cut gown size 4

1930s Gold metallic deco fabric custom made Bias-cut gown

1930's, Green and white chequered tulle bias cut gown and a Blue crepe and tulle gown adorned with ostrich plumes

we had a talk in class about how in the 60's women would stay home and cool and clean, and get themselves ready for their husband. I know it puts women hard at work, but look at the beauty. I wish times could go back to being like this. where we have to wear dresses and high heels, and pretty makeup and beautiful hair. looking simple but beautiful. this time period was true beauty for women.

1930's evening dress: by Elizabeth Hawes in silk brocade, c. 1936; evening gowns always reached the floor, usually with bias cuts, bare-backed cut low to the waist, and halter-type sleeveless bodices

All kinds of ornately detailed early 1920s evening wear glamour. #vintage #fashion #1920s #flapper

~1930s Royal Blue Silk-Satin Bias Cut Evening Dress~

Vintage Black Chiffon Bias Cut Evening Dress w/ Beading, c.1920s

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