Fashion Friday: Fashion for 1932 [ Weekly Feature ]July 11, 2014
|Violet blue crêpe and satin are combined in this afternoon dress.|
The blouse is of the satin side, joining the skirt in a deep V with the crêpe worked up to a high line at the side.
|Jean in a chartreuse green crêpe.|
The bodice follows the empire waist line which is
emphasized by a sunburst ray of bugle beads.
The skirt is made in vertical flares, molded to fit the figure.
|These natty blue sailor trousers are completed with a soft blue crêpe blouse, open at the neck,|
and particularly becoming to Jean Harlow.