This post includes one or more affiliate links. If you purchase something after clicking through, we may receive a small commission from the designer, retailer or shop (thanks!) More info here. Hello all! Today we’re going to present you with a variety of gorgeous 1930s evening gowns, absolutely perfect for a chic black-tie event, a dance or fancy gathering, or (as might apply to many of our readers), the ideal solution for vintage inspired bridesmaid dresses. 1930s Evening Gowns | Vogue October 1932, via Art.com. The silhouettes of the 1930s were often sleeker and more body-conscious than the looser and more androgynous styling of the flapper era. Silk, satin, crepe, blouson tops, flutter sleeves, and bias cuts… all were used to beautiful effect in 1930s evening gowns. 1930s Evening Gowns | Vogue May 1932, via Art.com. Movie stars were are a frequent inspiration, modeling the latest looks with style and grace on film and in the magazines. So now take a look at some beautiful reproductions and vintage inspired dresses available these days, for those wanting to emulate this glamorous look! The Alexia gown: The Alexia gown, from Ghost London and BHLDN. The Angelina (currently on sale at Unique Vintage, also available via Gatsbylady on Etsy): Stunning angel sleeve bridesmaids dresses. You can find them currently on sale at Unique Vintage. The Gemma gown: Rose gold 1930s evening gown, the Gemma gown, from BHLDN. The Claudia gown: Draped bodice 1930s evening gown, this is the Claudia from Ghost London. The Logan gown: Stunning 1930s velvet evening gown, this is the Logan gown, from BHLDN. Slinky 1930s evening gowns from Unique Vintage: Vintage 1930s style evening gown, from Unique Vintage. The Lena gown: Beautiful 1930s blouson flutter sleeve gown, this is the Lena gown, from BHLDN.