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Change fashion over the years past century

Updated on February 6, 2017
The first person who stripped from the binding for corsets with intervals in medieval, was Paul Poiret. In 1903, designed outfit known to do Today as a "coat of Confucius." He had straight cut and became an inspiration for future projects Poiret, whi
The first person who stripped from the binding for corsets with intervals in medieval, was Paul Poiret. In 1903, designed outfit known to do Today as a "coat of Confucius." He had straight cut and became an inspiration for future projects Poiret, whi | Source
Fashion in the 20s was not the most advantageous for feminine silhouettes. Because of the emancipation, popularized fashion, which hid feminine shapes. Worn clothes with low waist, low-heeled shoes, pants. All the garments were still elegant and chic
Fashion in the 20s was not the most advantageous for feminine silhouettes. Because of the emancipation, popularized fashion, which hid feminine shapes. Worn clothes with low waist, low-heeled shoes, pants. All the garments were still elegant and chic | Source
Fashion 30s significantly different from that promoted in the previous decade. The most important difference was modest dress, and it resulted from changes in the prevailing economic situation. In 1929 there was the biggest crisis of the twentieth ce
Fashion 30s significantly different from that promoted in the previous decade. The most important difference was modest dress, and it resulted from changes in the prevailing economic situation. In 1929 there was the biggest crisis of the twentieth ce | Source
The post-war years '40 fashion is primarily emphasizing the waist. Skirts, dresses, blouses and jackets and coats were to be compulsorily fitted at the belt. Reigned longer pencil skirts and dresses falling weightlessly in the shape of the letter A.
The post-war years '40 fashion is primarily emphasizing the waist. Skirts, dresses, blouses and jackets and coats were to be compulsorily fitted at the belt. Reigned longer pencil skirts and dresses falling weightlessly in the shape of the letter A. | Source
Years '50 and then '60 and 70 are the most representative period of classic retro style. In the '50s, every woman wanted to look like a movie star, and her must to be always elegant and quite sophisticated. They were still fashionable pencil skirts,
Years '50 and then '60 and 70 are the most representative period of classic retro style. In the '50s, every woman wanted to look like a movie star, and her must to be always elegant and quite sophisticated. They were still fashionable pencil skirts, | Source
Fashion 60s brought rather modest and simple cuts of dresses, jackets and coats in fashionable pastels. Very trends has also become a combination of white and black or navy blue, red, green and gray. In addition, they were fashionable stripes, dots a
Fashion 60s brought rather modest and simple cuts of dresses, jackets and coats in fashionable pastels. Very trends has also become a combination of white and black or navy blue, red, green and gray. In addition, they were fashionable stripes, dots a | Source
The beginning of the 70s was a continuation of the hippie trend from the end of the previous decade. During the first years were very popular multi-colored t-shirts, long, extremely colorful dresses and iconic, ornate bells jeans. Extremely popular w
The beginning of the 70s was a continuation of the hippie trend from the end of the previous decade. During the first years were very popular multi-colored t-shirts, long, extremely colorful dresses and iconic, ornate bells jeans. Extremely popular w | Source
Fashion 80s was by far the most striking and sharp in perception and extremely characteristic. Mini skirts, or puffy pillows in her arms,  intense colors and expressive jewelry (preferably plastic). In everyday fashionable styling, however,  were leg
Fashion 80s was by far the most striking and sharp in perception and extremely characteristic. Mini skirts, or puffy pillows in her arms, intense colors and expressive jewelry (preferably plastic). In everyday fashionable styling, however, were leg | Source

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