1940s Men’s Fashion
At the beginning of the decade, with the outbreak of World War II in Europe and the entry of the United States in 1941, fashion awareness in the early 1940s was largely conservative, and then prevailed in the second half of the decade. Apparel restrictions are in place and are more severe in Europe because of the lesser use of cotton and other fabrics. A large number of people were involved in this war, which was shown by their fashion sense after get off work. However, the American fashion industry is still booming to a certain extent, and casual clothing is becoming more and more popular among men and women. Post-war fashion has fewer restrictions. Excess fabrics from wars and mass production lines were converted into civilian clothing. What have men worn in these ten years?
In the 1940s, most men preferred utility clothing showed solidarity with their forces. A few men's clothing stuck to business formal style.
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