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The history of women clothing

The history of women clothing

They were so narrow women could only ‘hobble’ along while wearing them. However during World War I women clothes became more practical clothing.Meanwhile in 1913 Mary Crosby invented the bra. She used two handkerchiefs joined by ribbon.This was quickly adopted by Brahmo Samaji women and came to be known as the Brahmika sari. However, these attempts at devising a pan-Indian style did not fully succeed. Women of Gujarat, Kodagu, Kerala and Assam continue to wear different types of sari.

Religious clothing might be considered a special case of occupational clothing. Sometimes it is worn only during the performance of religious ceremonies. However, it may also be worn everyday as a marker for special religious status.For example, Jains wear unstitched cloth pieces when performing religious ceremonies. The unstitched cloth signifies unified and complete devotion to the task at hand, with no digression.

Longings for elegance and luxury that had been suppressed during the war years began to creep out again with the New Look of fashion in the late 1940s in which clothing styles emphasized rounded shoulders, full skirts, and narrow waists (Hall 1992). The garments were often lined with luxurious, expensive fabrics, and ornate accessories became necessary items. Although critics complained about the extravagance of the clothing while rationing was still mandated, women throughout the country clamored for the revitalized femininity of the New Look. And it would prove to be popular enough to last well into the affluent decade of the 1950s. The 1960s and 1970s witnessed a youth explosion that completely revolutionized the fashion clothing system. Prior to 1960, designers generally created styles for runways, and clothing manufacturers mass produced the designers styles for the general public, since then 1970′s ,clothing stores and even fashion designers have taken punk fashion to an entirely new level.It’s easy to see that this once controversial, rebellious fashion has now grown into a very popular style of dress.

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