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Periodization Project - Evolution of Wedding Dresses

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Renae McCoy

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Periodization Project - Evolution of Wedding Dresses
1920s
1930s
1960s
1950s
1940s
By: Renae McCoy
1910s
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s
Thesis
Continuity
Analysis
Continuity
Analysis
Change
Analysis
Change
Analysis
The 1940s can be a turning point for wedding dresses because while the shortening of dresses and the wearing of headpieces stayed the same, covering the arms of the bride changed to letting the arms of the bride be seen and loose dresses changed to form fitting dresses.
Wedding dresses continued to get shorter in the 1940s. They got shorter because shorter dresses were considered beautiful in society and showed a women's femininity.
Wedding dresses continued to have headpieces both before and after the 1940s. Throughout time, the veil represents virginity and purity.
Where I got my pictures from
https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5549/11245701654_f0b62688ca_b.jpg

http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/ObjView/N-1975.41.61.jpg

http://chicvintagebrides.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/CVB-1935-81.jpg

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/3a/7a/40/3a7a4009e411e921268889c51109f515.jpg

http://www.pettipond.com/laterimages/images_m/modern_bride_winter1955.jpg

http://www.fashion-era.com/images/Wedding/1960s_weddings/1965_wedding_patt_train.jpg

http://www.brides.com/blogs/aisle-say/1970s-wedding-dress.jpg

http://fromthelilypadfloat.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Pam_1989.jpg

http://www.weddinginterest.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/wedding-dress-pattern-size-6-8-10-uncut-by-prettyfulpatterns-.jpg

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b11/vanessagirl2004ja/Martina20MS_375x0.jpg

http://g02.a.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1WfLxHVXXXXaZXFXXq6xXFXXXA/2015-Women-Cathedral-Wedding-Veil-Birdcage-Voilette-Bridal-Fascinator-Veils-Long-Trim-For-Wedding-Dresses-Ivory.jpg
One change after the 1940s was that wedding dresses started to have short sleeves instead on long sleeves. This was done to show a women's beauty.
In the 1940's, wedding dresses started to become more form fitting and mermaid-like. Wedding dresses became form fitting to show off a woman's curves and to show off her femininity.
At this time, wedding dresses were very long with headpieces. The dress had long sleeves that fully covered the brides arms. The dresses were very loose.
Wedding Dresses started to get a little bit shorter. Headpieces were still important. Dresses were still loose with long sleeves.
Wedding dresses were still really long and and had headpieces. At this time wedding dresses still included long sleeves and dresses were loose.
Wedding dresses were still long, but sleeves started to get shorter. Headpieces were still short. Dresses became more form fitting and gripped brides curves.
Wedding dresses continued to get shorter. Dresses included headpieces. Dresses sleeves were getting shorter and dresses got tighter.
Wedding dresses continued to include headpieces. The sleeves started to get shorter and were of sheer material and the dresses started to get tighter.
Wedding dress sleeves continued to get shorter and were of sheer material. Dresses got tighter and headpieces were still worn.
Wedding dresses continued to include headpieces. Dresses were getting tighter and sleeves were getting shorter.
Headpieces continued to be worn with wedding dresses. Even though sleeves were long, they were still sheer. Wedding dresses were form fitting.
Wedding dresses lost the sleeves. They were still form fitting with long headpieces.
Headpieces were elegant and long. Dresses were form fitting with a mermaid style look. Sleeves were removed entirely.
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