Picture of women in daytime clothing post WWII. You can see the influence of military uniforms shown in their clothing like the belted blazer on the woman on the far right. We also see the bolero jacket that became popular during this time period.
Wartime Fashion Show, 1943. Archival Photographic Files. University of Chicago Sigma Club members held a fashion show at the Shoreland Hotel, featuring "the ideal wardrobe of the wartime co-ed.
Skirt suit | Stiebel, Victor | V&A Search the Collections
Wartime Fashion, June, 1943 Oxford Street, London, c1942 I C I plant Billingham Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, 1940 ...
More from Vintage Dancer: http://www.vintagedancer.com/1940s/1940s-playsuits-rompers/ "1944 short Overalls and Jumper Playsuits"
Discover why the 1940s shirtwaist dress or shirt dress was the most popular style of day dresses. Easy to put on, casual, and with many charming details.
men's suits 1940s - Google Search
More 1940s suiting. I find 40s tailoring fascinating - the whole aesthetic is balanced around the juxtaposition between a boxy structured shape, which should be very close, and the rich flowing quality achieved by using excess cloth and a generous cut. A very intriguing effect which has never been emulated since.