Wartime Fashion Sticker Paper Doll

Wartime Fashion Sticker Paper Doll
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  • Model: Sticker Dress-up
A fascinating look at the distinctive “make do and mend” fashions that developed out of necessity during the Second World War. Published in association with Imperial War Museums, outfits reflect, Fashion under fire, saying goodbye, air raid, at home, utility fashion, make do and mend, on duty, under occupation, the American look, at the club and Victory!

The 9 1/2 x 12 inch book contains 24 pages plus 10 sticker pages, all beautifully illustrated. Plus lots of informative notes about life and fashion during World War II, including posters, illustrations and photos. Stickers are permanent and cannot be repositioned. Clothes and accessories are provided for each of the 37 dolls presented in classic background scenes. Includes website links to find out more about life in the Second World War.


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