How Much Did Clothes Cost in 1940?


Clothes were very cheap in 1940's you could buy clothes for as little one cent up to a dollar, but back then you only made fifty-five cents and hour so it still seemed quite expensive.
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Clothes were affordable in the 1940's as compared to now. Men's suits cost $24.50 and up. Nylon hose cost a mere $.20! If you can believe it, a car would have cost $800!!
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