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Fashion

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Hannah Rainbow

on 19 March 2015

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Transcript of Fashion

World War II Influence of fashion
The United states had many people and supplies.
However there was hardly any time or for money to make fashionable items.
Then they started only selling war materials.
Designers did not like that.
World War 2 Women fashion!
Army outfits
Fashion in the 1940s was a good mix of comfort and glamor.
People wore fish shoes
because they did not have
leather.
that is true!
Number the Stars
Snow Treasure
Wartime Men’s Clothing Fashions
By:

Most army men and women wore camouflage so other people can't find them!
World War had a big role in today's
FASHION!!!!!!!!
A lot of underwear that is modern from World War can be worn today.

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1940s
This is a child's cloak made from an old blanket

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Under Where?
"Siren Suit"
The people in snow treasure had to wear winter gear because that was the whole plan so winter gear came in handy.
More than 300,000 women joined the army
Most men liked wearing leather clothing!
Very fashionable in the war years, they were long sleeved trouser suits which could easily be pulled on in the rush to get to an air raid shelter.

According to what people say or believe this plastic bracelet was made from the windshield of a crashed German aircraft.
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