NEW PATTERN

Butterick pattern 5256 – Hats for Women and Misses in any of Four Styles, 1933

BUTTERICK 5256

Four styles of gorgeous fabric hats. View A – Hat with short brim and contrast ribbon. View B – Sporty Sunhat, View C – Asymmetric fabric hat with or without feather arrangement; View D – “Pagoda” Crown hat with contrast ribbon.

This pattern is from the Butterick Paris Fashions (The best of the new fashions and the season’s smartest colors); Featured in Butterick Fashion Book Fall of 1933.

….. And here they are – THE HATS OF 1933!

 

Baby Face (1933) – Hats worn by Barbara Stanwyck

 

Dancing lady (1933) – Hat worn by Joan Crawford

 

Employees’ Entrance (1933) – Hat worn by Loretta Young


Female (1933) – Hats worn by Ruth Chattertonand and Lois Wilson

 

Footlight Parade 1933 – Hats worn by Joan Blondell and Claire Dodd

 

Havana Widows (1933) – Hats worn by Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell

 

I’m No Angel (1933) – Hat worn by Mae West

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