The boyish look of the 1920s evolved into a softer, more natural look in the 1930s.
Natural waistlines and curves were en vogue, but the long, slim look of the 1920s persisted. Clothing was softly shaped, with easy, graceful lines.
Sleeveless blouses or very short sleeves became quite popular for more casual looks.
Tailored suits also featured the long, slim, naturally curved look.
By the end of the 1930s, skirts were slightly fuller and shorter, and the shoulders become slightly padded, ushering the looks of the 1940s.