HOW A BRITISH WOMAN DRESSES IN WARTIME: UTILITY CLOTHING IN BRITAIN, 1943
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A model sits on a wall as she poses for the camera on a rooftop in Bloomsbury to show off her scarlet and white spot-printed Utility rayon shirt dress with front-buttoning. This dress costs 7 coupons and 53/-. She is wearing the dress with a white turban (also featured in D 14782, D 14786 and D 14798) and white gloves. She is also sporting a pair of sunglasses, her gloved hand holding the wire arm of the glasses.
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