Unusual wooden bathing suits in the United States in the late 1920s
• Unusual wooden bathing suits in the United States in the late 1920s,
Tree in water does not sink. It looks like Grace Harborview County designers in the state of Washington (USA), which was well developed woodworking industry, argued exactly when came up with the concept of unusual women's swimwear. They were made of spruce veneer .... Manufacturers seriously believed that such swimwear will become a trend!
In the early twentieth century, Grays Harbor County was known as the largest timber center. Here there was logging, wood working factory ... To improve the region's popularity among tourists, Grays Harbor decided on the original step: in 1929, have been producing swimwear made of wood and did advertise them. Campaign launched under the slogan "Spruce Girl" and made several bright posters on which flaunted beauty of the wood.
Beauties posing in an unusual bathing costumes.
These swimsuits advertised as a practical, affordable products that if you wish you can do yourself. The heroine of the infomercial explained that her father had left the wood pieces after the construction of the house, and she of them made her swimsuit. "These swimsuits - new season on the beaches. They are elegant, practical and well-kept on the water, so go to them in the water will be resolved Even the most timid swimmer ", - stated in the advertisement.
It is easy to guess that the wooden swimwear expected failure: they do not come into fashion and became popular in the world. And it looks like only girls caught on photographs of advertising, really know whether these bathing suits so convenient.