Left, overalls to wear on the beach — Butterick 3184, Delineator, June 1930.
These beach overalls deserve a blog post of their own.
Butterick 3184, June 1930.
“Sunburn” was the old way of describing “a tan.”
This editorial illustration from March 1932 shows a similar but not identical beach outfit. (These have a hip yoke.) Delineator. Illustrated by Leslie Saalburg.
The front view is shown at left. Butterick 3184, 1930. Note the three [?] bust darts.
Ladies’ Home Journal cover, February 1936.
Wide legged overalls seen in an ad, Delineator, June, 1932.
You can find a picture of the pattern pieces for Butterick 3184 on pinterest. The pattern did include the “bodice like a working man’s shirt.”
Very wide-legged pajamas were also popular in 1931. See The Fascinating Pajama 1931.