20 sources

Primary:

LIFE, 1939-1945.

Fitzpatrick, Rita. “Tribune Fashion Show Ends; Throng Sees War Creations: Throng Sees Fashion Show Come to End.” Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963). Chicago, Ill., United States, October 2, 1943.

“1944 Fashions Contest Opens Next Saturday.” Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963). Chicago, Ill., United States, December 26, 1943, sec. PART 7.

“How Women Should Wear a Uniform.” Good Housekeeping, August 1942, 21.

“What is a ‘Well-Dressed’ Woman?” Redbook, July 1945.

“The Mood Has Changed,” Harper’s Bazar, September 1944, 67.

Secondary:

Watson, Linda. Vogue Fashion (Buffalo: Firefly Books Ltd, 2008), 64-70.

Watson, Linda. 100 Years of Style By Decade and Designer; Volume 1 1900-1949 (London: Carlton Books Limited, 1999/2000), 36-40.

Welters, Linda and Cunningham, Patricia A. Twentieth-Century American Fashion (New York: Berg, 2005), 99-119.

Ewing, Elizabeth and Mackrell, Alice, eds. History of 20th Century Fashion (Hollywood: Costume and Fashion Press, 2001), 139-146.

Farrell-Beck, Jane and Parsons, Jean. Twentieth Century Dress in The United States (New York: Fairchild Publications, Inc., 2007), 108-131.

Walford, Jonathon. Forties Fashion: From Siren Suits to the New Look (New York: Thames & Hudson Inc., 2008), 60-81.

Handley, Susannah. Nylon: The Story of a Fashion Revolution (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999), 39-49.

Delano, Page Dougherty. “Making Up for War: Sexuality and Citizenship in Wartime Culture.” Feminist Studies 26, no. 1 (April 1, 2000): 33–68.

Victoria and Albert Museum, Online Museum. “Dating Clothes & Photographs from the 1940s”, June 24, 2011. http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/d/dating-clothes-1940s/.

The Museum at FIT, 1940’s Collections, Fashion Institute of Technology, http://fashionmuseum.fitnyc.edu/view/objects/asitem/762/12/displayDate-asc?t:state:flow=a6e12ff8-4074-474e-af0e-f667cf9c7e5b (accessed September 12, 2012).

Moeser, Vicki. “A glinpse of stocking: Fifty years ago, the first nylons went on sale — and women’s lives haven’t been quite the same since.” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file). Chicago, Ill., United States, October 11, 1989.

Erenberg,  Lewis A. and Hirsch, Susan E. The War in American Culture: Society and Consciousness During World War II (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1996), 28.

Nieder, Alison A. 20th Century Fashion: 100 years of Apparel Ads (New York: TASCHEN, 2009), 242-243.

Honey, Maureen Creating Rosie the Riveter: Class, Gender, and Propaganda during World War II (Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1984), 130.  

 

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