Clothes were keen on emphasizing the feminine figure, sweet and tidy in the daylight with a return to a glamour look at night.
Wealthy women hadn’t the need to wear practical “day” clothes, although styles had been designated for day and night.
Like in 50 years, someone will probably be all "Gena Kaufman was so quaint when she suggested she preferred texting to calling! Some of the tips are timeless ("The last straw is to pass out from too much liquor" is good advice for anyone regardless of gender or relationship status); others, not so much.
Here are a few to consider: like discussing his fantasy football team for three hours, well, too damn bad, girl.
They might be strongly offensive -as some of them prioritize the needs and thoughts of men against those of women, a 2015 person who looks at these photo strips and reads their captions, can have only one reaction; laughter.
From the way a woman should dress to the amount of alcohol she should have, and from how much she talks to her communication with the waiter, these rules were probably a woman’s worst nightmare -or best friend some may say.
This 1930s set of dating tips doesn’t have any opponents.
It was a different time you’ll say, different people, different customs, and even though we might agree, we still find these “rules” extremely hilarious.The man and the woman usually were members of the same community, and the courting usually was done in the woman's home in the presence (and under the watchful eye) of her family, most often Mom and brothers.However, between the late 1800s and the first few decades of the 1900s the new system of "dating" added new stages to courtship.More luxurious gowns were kept and only worn for evenings.New fabrics were popping up all over the place, like metallic lame that was very popular at night and made to shimmer even more by adding plastic sequins and glass beads.There have always been hidden rules and etiquette that make us look back and wonder if we did everything correctly.