A hat pattern for the well-dressed college girl; Delineator, Sept. 1930, p. 32. The hat, shown in three versions, is Butterick 3434.
What really caught my eye was the absolutely terrific blouse on the right.
This blouse was part of Butterick suit pattern 3415.
Except for its belt, this 1930 blouse looks very Nineteen Twenties. No wonder, because it is part of the transition to Nineteen Thirties’ styles; the cardigan sport suit that goes with it also looks like a Twenties’ outfit …
Butterick’s cardigan sport suit 3415, Sept. 1930. Delineator.
… until you see the length of the skirt:
A year after Patou introduced the longer skirt length and the natural waist, they were taken for granted in these styles for college-aged women. Delineator, Sept. 1930.
The dark leather belt is also worn at the natural waist.
Butterick 3415 and 3421, September 1930.
The frock beside the suit, Butterick 3421, simply bypasses the “low waist/natural waist” question by having a waistless princess line cut, seen often in 1930.
Back and alternate views of suit 3415 and frock 3421. The back of the jacket is shaped with tucks.
Additional fashion advice:
Seamless stockings that fit well were an innovation in 1930. Delineator, Sept. 1930, page 32.
This paragraph about hats appeared on the same page as Butterick hat pattern 3434. Sept. 1930.
Two versions of Butterick hat 3434. The turban at right was knitted.
Butterick 3434 is the “off the forehead” type of hat recommended in the article. These are made of fabric; thrifty women could use scraps from other sewing projects.