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Through The Ages Of Style

This prezi shows you the average style through the 1910's - 2000's. Hope you enjoy!
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Jessica Wright

on 28 April 2010

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Through The Ages Of Style 1910's Women Men Children Completley shapeless dresses were becoming very popular in the 1910's. Most men's suits were cocoon or kimono shaped, wide at the shoulders and narrow at the hem. Boys wore suits with trousers that were nee length. Girls clothing became less "adault" as the dress length was shortened 1920's Women Men Children Women in the 1920s wore shorter dresses with fewer layers than ever before. Men usualy wore suits in the morning or for formal occasions, with short trousers that showed thier socks. In the evening they liked to wear more sporty clothes like sweaters. Children wore high socks and just like their parents, began to shorten the length of there trousers and dresses. 1930's Women Men Children 1940's Women Men Children 1950's Women Men Childrn 1960's Women Men Children 1970's 1980's 1990's Women Men Children Women Men Children 2000's Women/Men Children Women Men Children Women's fashion in the 1930's was a very gentle and lady like look. They had a dress for in the day and a more glamorous dress for in the evening. Men wore suits simalar to the modern bisiness suit. Their suits had wide shoulders usually because of shoulder pads. Boys usualy wore short pants and neesocks. Girls wore their usual dresses. For women in the 40's the cirle skirt was very popular. It was a very simple stright skirt which hung slightly away from the legs In the 50's the women would wear the poodle skirt instead of the circle skirt because it had more shape to it and it was more full. Men's clothes consisted of wider trousers and longer jackets. This gave them a very jazzy look. Children's style was very creative. Small hats became very popular in the 1940's. For men in the 50's, what you most often saw was a "buisness man suit" called the Flannel suit. Either worn in grey, dark blue, dark brown, or charcoal. Children in the 50's basicly looked similar to their parents. Teenagers wore leather jackets and jeans, this was known as the "Bad boy look" In the mid 60's box-shaped dresses and go-go boots were in style. Along with highlighter colours and mismached patterns. In the 60's men's ties,belts, collars, and lapels got longer and wider and a modified version of the bell bottom called "Flared" became popular. In the 60's children started wearing jeans to school and girl's dresses were being modeled after women's dresses. Children's fashion in the 60's started to give them more freedom and individuality. Just like in the 60's bell bottoms and the hippi look was very popular for both men and women. For girls, short dresses and jump suits were very popular. In the 80's leggings were the norm. Women wore very outgoing clothes mostly made of neon. Men wore acid washed jeans, jean jackets, parachute pants, high top shoes and t-shirts. Children's fashion was similar to their parents- Very outgoing and colourful. For both women and men in the 90's flannel shirts were very popular. The acid washed jeans, spandex tights, tie die, fluorescent colours, and black leather biker jackets lasted until 1994. Colours such as coral, hot pick and turquoise became popular with girls and young women. Women's fashion in the late 2000's bacame very feminine. And dresses and skirts were increasingly popular. Men's profesional look conisted of a stripped dress shirt, black dress pants and black dress shoes. Children's fashion consisted of usualy a t-shirt and jeans. Many Girls wore mini skirts with leggings or dresses with the spaghetti strap. By: Jessica Wright
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