Some articles on wide shoulders, wide, shoulders:
... color accents, tailored evening gowns with matching jackets, wide shoulders, and the color shocking pink to the fashion world ... By 1933, the trend toward wide shoulders and narrow waists had eclipsed the emphasis on the hips of the later 1920s ... Wide shoulders would remain a staple of fashion until after the war ...
... It is about 0.96 metres (38 in) high and 0.78 metres (31 in) wide at the shoulders ... It is 0.87 metres (34 in) high and about 0.4 metres (16 in) wide ... It measures 1.53 metres (60 in) in height and is 0.53 metres (21 in) wide at the widest point ...
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