The 1930s saw the slinky femininity of the bias-cut dress which was popular in the leading Parisian couturiers and a step away from the drop-waist androgynous look of the 1920s. Evening gowns were floor length, figure hugging and simple with no or very limited embellishments. Satin was a popular fabric and evening dresses often had sexy low scooping backs. For the a formal day look wool suits with shoulder pads, and knee length skirts were worn. For a more casual look sportswear was still popular as were wearing high waisted "sailor" trousers ( wide leg with double breasted statement button fastening at the hips) and wide leg beach pyjamas.
The 30s is the decade of glamour with stunning evening gowns and effortless cool trend setting women who worn trousers casually.