1940’s women’s activewear dress in light warm brown

Somewhere between “camel” and “light cinnamon” in color is this efficient, tailored shirtwaister dress.  Made for the “Tom Boy” label by a company called “American Golfer”, this dress tells a little story about what semi-activewear for women looked like in the early to mid 1940’s.  The design grants enough movement for a round of golf, but the details like the patch and flap pockets and the great deco-disc buttons make the design attractive enough to wear off the green as well.  Click here for more views and information.