This quintessentially 1930s ruffled silk chiffon dress is for sale at Mystique Vintage Clothing. It's in an unusually wearable size for a depression-era dress -- bust 36, waist 32, hips 40. Most women's clothes of that era are so narrow they look like they were made for skinny 10-year-old girls. That narrow profile probably explains the popularity of the bias-cut, hip- and-belly-clinging fashions of the time. No woman who actually has hips and a belly wants them emphasized.
The narrow Norma Shearer in cling.
For your further 1930s viewing pleasure, check out the pattern illustrations at Christine's 1930 page. For example:
Floral print, check. Flounces, check. Narrow, check. 1930s fashion, YEAA!!!