Continuing on from my post Fashions of January 1939, today a look at fashion from February 1939, the last month of Summer in Australia.
And let’s not forget the foundation garments!
I am so grumpy with Blogger at present, and am again in WWII mode, that I have decided to resurrect this blog – I hope you’ll stay with me!
Being an avid watcher of shows about WWII, I am always interested to see that many people could identify an enemy plane by its silhouette, paint color and markings, and even sound. I suppose that after seeing enough of them, you would, but what about the first time – how did they recognise them?
They had help of course – propaganda posters and ads, and even articles in magazines, like this one from February 1942 in the Australian Women’s Weekly.
Of course the red dots, or rising suns, help a lot. I can just imagine little boys all over Australia and the US making models and painting them – and then probably pretending to shoot them down.
I have a kit for the boy somewhere, might have to dig it out!
In the chair next to her, Denis gave a muttered exclamation and smiled disarmingly as he showed her the empty cigarette packet.
Illustration by Kilgour, 1939
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