This week I am looking at the 1930s silhouette. It was such an glamorous era, the golden age of Hollywood. I am particularly inspired by the the actress Ginger Rogers, whose long, flowing dresses elongated and streamlined her figure, creating a lovely, elegant silhouette. To recreate a 1930's look, choose luxurious silks and satins cut on the bias to highlight your waist and lengthen your figure. Metallic details such as silver shoes or beading add a touch of glamour. A really nice touch is to have your hair set in Marcel waves, and for some real Hollywood glamour - scarlet lips!
Top Row: 1930s model via My Vintage Vogue, Great Gatsby Ballroom Wedding via Pet Dog Online, beaded shoulder via Love My Dress, dress patterns via Past A La Mode
Middle Row: 30s wedding dress via Credit Crunch Bride, bride and groom via Pet Dog Online, 30s evening shoes via Ye Olde Fashion, Ginger Rogers via It Had To Be You, dress with train via Antique Dress,
Bottom Row: Gingers Rogers via The Musings of A Kitty Cat, Jenny Packham gown via Ritzy Bee, Floor length skirt BHLDN, Kate Bosworth via My Style.