The economic crisis meant a new revolution for the 1930s. Short skirts and hairstyles from the 1920s were forgotten almost every day.
Once again lost lengths have been achieved. The skirt widened from the waist, the waist raised to its original position and was emphasized by a towel or strap. The elegance of the elongated silhouettes emphasized long narrow sleeves and pointed shoulders.
The Alternate System of World War II brought a completely new approach to fashion. Clothes were much more like uniform. For the 1940s, therefore, it was typical square-looking stuffed shoulders, narrow skirts with one or two stowaways. Clothes were stitched from cotton colored fabrics, but atypical fabrics, such as curtains, were also used.