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 1940s Fashion History - 1949 Tailleur Trade Fashion Plates
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By Pauline Weston Thomas for Fashion-Era.com

 

C20th Fashion History 1940s - 20 Tailleur Fashion Plates 1949

These 1949 fashion history design images for stylish pattern cutting are from a Summer 1949 German Façon Tailleur Magazine. The magazine aimed to give general tailors an idea of a good fashion line of the day.  This particular Tailleur edition contained 20 individual drawings with fashion hats, back views and colours.  They are prefect example of fashions that were interpreted through this late 1940s era of costume history. All 20 fashion design costume plates are shown below and they show the change from the forties more boxy suit with plain skirt, the swagger coat to the new fuller fitted trends shape of the fashionable New Look first shown by Dior in 1947.

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1949 Façon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images

1940s Fashion History Images 1949

1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images 1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images
1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images 1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images
1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images 1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images
1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images 1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images 1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images
1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images 1949 Facon Tailleur Trade Fashion Design Images
All thumbnail images enlarge into A4 size pages for personal use only printing and study.  The last fashion style shown here features a shoulder cape a style likely to be seen in autumn 2005 as are the full skirted coats.

You can read more detailed fashion history text about 1940's fashions for women on the 1940s Utility Clothing Fashion page and you can see more 1946 fashion plates here.

Hats are very helpful when dating photos as are hairstyles so try 1940s hats and hairstyles sections.

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