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This blog is dedicated to dramaturgical research related to the lives lived in the spotlights and footlights of 1930s Hollywood and Broadway as depicted in Edna Ferber's and George S. You’ll learn how to act like a proper lady or gentleman on a date, you’ll be bombarded by advertisements from Life Magazine in the 1930s, and so much more! In the 1930s, there began a movement toward a more the ladylike appearance.

I hope that you’re ready, because we’re about to go on an adventure through time: a tour-de-farce of the 1930’s.

Budding, rounded busts and waistline curves were made apparent, and hair became softer and luscious as we continued to make improvements in the hair department.

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Clothes were keen on emphasizing the feminine figure, sweet and tidy in the daylight with a return to a glamour look at night.

Wealthy women hadn’t the need to wear practical “day” clothes, although styles had been designated for day and night.

Now that most women had more productive and busier lives, (much like running out to auditions and rehearsals!

) simpler, pared down clothes gave a freedom of movement to women, who relished it in their daily life.

More luxurious gowns were kept and only worn for evenings.

New fabrics were popping up all over the place, like metallic lame that was very popular at night and made to shimmer even more by adding plastic sequins and glass beads.

Skirts were frequently much longer in the back rather than the front.

Below the knee pleats and “godets” fell from panels so it gave fullness to the hemline.

The hemlines reached the bottom of the calf shortly afterward.

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