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Golden Age Of Hollywood (c. 1930s – 1950s)

In this era, the ideal woman is described as having:

  • Curves
  • Hourglass Figure
  • Large Breasts
  • Slim Waist

The hourglass figure is back. The classic example of this ideal woman’s body is Marilyn Monroe, the Golden Girl of Hollywood.

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