But, competitive dating was rising, partially due to the financial crises in the 1930s.
I hope that you’re ready, because we’re about to go on an adventure through time: a tour-de-farce of the 1930’s.
Budding, rounded busts and waistline curves were made apparent, and hair became softer and luscious as we continued to make improvements in the hair department.
Mary Mc Coomb wrote in her book, Dating had become a full-fledged public affair.
As you’ll recall from A Dating Tradition Worth Bringing Back?
Wealthy women hadn’t the need to wear practical “day” clothes, although styles had been designated for day and night.