The most feminine sound effect of all

Saturday, Apr 7, 1945

In England, where rationing is really strict, men flatly refused to buy trousers without cuffs. Rationing isn’t so bad here. Spring fashion writers are calling the rustling of crisp taffeta “the most feminine sound effect of all.” Designers are showing plaid taffeta dance dresses with wide swirling skirts and a high-necked blouse top of slinky black jersey. You can also find lime and raspberry striped taffeta and other eye catching combinations such as blue, scarlet, and emerald green

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