In the 70’s short shorts and tight t-shirts with roller skates. We don’t wear roller skates today but we wear short shirts and tight shirts. The summer fashion didn 't change much through the whole decade. Men fashion barley changed through the whole decade.Most of the mens clothes was made from polyester, cotton, velour, and terry cloth. Terry cloth didn 't become popular until the end of the decade.
Clothing also underwent a lot of changes as new styles influenced by many different cultural aspects gained popularity. They were not specific to boys or girls and almost everything was unisex (Mathieson). The punk movement was one of the most noticeable changes in fashion. Heavily inspired by different singers and bands, it featured glamorous clothing with lots of glitter and colourful materials. In the mid-eighties, the singer Madonna caught on, and many girls started copying her daring outfits, which included some clothes that were traditionally considered for men.
In 1940s fashion was a good mix of comfort and glamour. After world war two in 1947 the “Clothing restrictions ended”. Many fashionable traits made a comeback. Once again nylon stocking became very trendy. The most famous women’s underwear ‘bikini’ introduced in 1946 by French engineer Louis Reard, modeled by Micheline Bernardini.
They wore fashionable clothing mainly consisting of black jerseys. They also listened to music
Sneakers, a fashion, a sport, a shoe. I’m sure you remember learning how to tie your sneakers in preschool. Start by making a knot, then make a bunny ear, make the string go around the mountain and so on. According to recent research sneakers are one of the best-selling shoes of all time! But have you ever wondered why sneakers are so popular?
We can’t necessarily assume that hats today are too different from the past. For instance, specific baseball hats could represent a community. This is because the logo on the hat shows what team you support. However, in the 19th century, hats defined a different sort of community. Although the time era has changed, wearing this article of clothing has not changed too much.
To this day nothing has been quite like the style of the 1920’s. Today we see a lot of designers constantly re-creating their designs with inspiration from the era. Most of the clothes that are popular today are influenced by the 1920’s. Some examples include the classic little black dress and comfortable Oxfords. 1920’s style has
The 1960s, folk and the controversy of politics was a major contribution to fashion. Designers like Emilio Pucci and Jackie Onassis Kennedy influenced their creation onto what Several ordinary citizens would wear accessories, headbands, medallions, loose fabrics but others would often wear colorful tight skirts, hot pants claims Brassfield. In the era of 1980, Punks with often use change as an accessory, heavy boots, and other types of clothing that made them noticeable. According to the brief history of fashion trends, their hair appearance was more significant, as well as eye makeup. Once
Inspired by social icons in the news, most American followed suit in the crazy hair trends, soon making them the norm. Following the trend of consumerism, dressing for success also became big as citizens tried to mimic the wealth and beauty they had come to know in icons of the time. Genres of dressing also arose in the contrasting styles of “Preppy” and “Street Style”. The first favoring the typical white-suburban look, many wore pastel polos, sweaters, Keds shoes, and jean or khaki pants. Street style, however; followed the rise of Hip Hop and Pop, taking inspiration more from music stars in the form of sequin dresses, colorful athleisure pieces, wild prints, and outrageous colors.
I think the style of clothes during the fifties were so classy and elegant, it made me very intrigued. I also thought it was very interesting that women wore gloves everywhere they went during this time. In the style of clothing today, I see some influences from the 1950s. I notice how many dresses are becoming more slimming in the waistline, accentuating the hourglass shape, like the style in the 1950’s. I’ve also seen the style of the cropped