Wednesday, 16 December 2015

MEN IN THE 1930s

by: MisS VictoriA DaviD

In the 1930s, middle class men in the United Kingdom were much more traditional with their clothes compare to the men of today's generation. The fabric was made from wool and cotton lining, befittingly, these clothes are tailored and wear when visiting countryside places like farms.


I haven't seen a man from the 1930s and probably you as well, my dear readers. The picture above portrays how they look like and it also reveals more of the trend before!

Their socks were colourful and showy; trousers were up and high-waisted and a checkered bowtie was once fad and compatible for their virility.

Their outfit looks amusing and eldritch, but inside lives a gentle and loving man!

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