What Clothes Did Evacuees Wear?

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Evacuees’ during the world war wore shoes, boots, woollen jumper or cardigans, shirt or blouse (not t-shirt). Boys wore a cap or woollen hat and they had knee-length trousers. Girls wore a beret, headscarf or woollen hat and a knee-length dress or skirt.
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Boys: 2 vests. 2 pairs of pants. Pair of trousers. 2 pairs of socks. 6 or jersey. Handkerchiefs. Pullover. Girls. : Vest. Pair of knickers. Petticoat. 2 pairs of stockings. 6 handkerchiefs
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Cotton dresses, often in gingham, to the knee, plus a home-knitted cardigan with plain buttons. White short socks with leather sandals. In the winter a full-length coat with a knitted
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You should always wear your clothes with style and grace. If you walk with confidence you will look good in whatever you wear. Confidence is key!!!
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1. Start with a breathable layer such a t-shirt and light shorts. Moisture wicking or cotton clothes are good options. This layer will pull moisture away from your skin if you sweat
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