Phyllis, one of the lovelies from my recent 1930s dress collection, here, revisited in garnet silk crepe de chine. Details including a cream silk crepe back satin and garnet striped bow and black bakelite buttons and belt buckle.
Here is a mid- 1930s inspired bias cut evening dress in lime green silk satin with bell sleeves and cowl neckline, both front and back with a vintage golden and bronze metallic ribbon. Belt features a mother of pearl belt buckle.
This two- tone silk crepe back satin creation in kingfisher blue and sky blue is inspired by the love of contrasting colours and playing with structure in the 1930s, highlighting the two-tone stand-up collar and contrasting wedges down the hemline. Sleeves closure with fabric covered buttons.
This burgundy beauty was made of original printed 1930s vintage rayon, with 3/4 length sleeves, a small yoke with light yellow bakelite buttons and a darker shade of yellow bakelite buckle. It has two pleats down the front and collar closes with a hook at the back.
Here is one the favourite dresses from my 1930s dress collection, this time in deep red wool crepe (thank you Linton Tweeds) Worth mentioning the beautiful brown oblong bakelite buttons down the collar.