Everyday Fashion, 1939.

(Hm… I shoulda included a girl wearing slacks too…)

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    Not quite true! They were a big part of loungewear in the later 1920s and 1930s - beach pajamas could technically be...
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    They were, but it wasn’t nearly as common before the war. That said, I think whoever that is is saying that they hate...
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    They were, but the garments were for activities like bicycling or gymnastics.
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