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There had been a movement since the mid-nineteenth century to abolish corsets.By 1900, women were wearing at-home gowns, sometimes called tea gowns, with minimal corseting and a long, slim shape.
Their clothes were softer in line and followed a womans body rather than forcing the body to conform to clothing as previous designers had done.
Within a few years women could finally throw away their corsetsunderwear garments with long laces that were pulled until a womans body was held in a tightly defined silhouette, then tied to keep it that way. Meant to control how a woman moved and stood, they could, if too tightly laced, restrict her breathing, even her eating.
Yet, many women found them comfortable and women of all classes wore them to conform to the fashion of the day.
Baggy jackets and trousers supplemented the formerly conservative wardrobe of the young man.
The newfound independence in lifestyle and clothing went hand-in-hand during this modern decade.
What type fashion do you see in your historic image?A number of fashionable accessories supplemented the woman's 1910s wardrobe, including gloves, handbags, furs, and jackets. 1910s Gloves and Handbag: Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ewing, History of 20 Century Fashion, 1992 Wide coats with floppy collars were popular toward the end of the decade. 1910s Coats: Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ewing For the truly fashionable woman, a number of feather boas and furs were popular toward the end of the decade.The Jazz Age; The Roaring Twenties; whatever one calls the 1920s, they were characterized by the music, the dancing, the fast cars, and most importantly, for the fashion buff, the "flapper".Although a wider variety of fashions were worn by women at this time, the 1920s have become synonymous with the image of the short-haired flapper in the straight, waistless dress twirling her long strands of beads.Whether the flapper truly existed or was a caricature of the ideological 1920s woman, the boyish (or garçonne) bob cut and figure flattening attire were indeed a major part of the trends during this decade.As women's clothes became less form-fitting, so did men's.