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Women's fashions[ edit ] Standing woman in a white dress with leg o'mutton sleeves. Fashionable women's clothing styles shed some of the extravagances of previous decades so that skirts were neither crinolined as in the snor protrudingly bustled in back as in the late s and mid- snor tight as in the late sbut corseting continued unmitigated, or even slightly increased in severity.
Early s dresses consisted of a tight bodice with the skirt gathered at the waist and falling more naturally over the hips and undergarments than in previous years. Puffy leg-of-mutton sleeves also known as gigot sleeves made a comeback, growing bigger each year until reaching their largest size around The late s returned to tighter sleeves often with small puffs or ruffles capping the shoulder but fitted to the wrist.
Skirts took on a trumpet shape, fitting more closely over the hip and flaring just above the knee.
Corsets in the s helped define the hourglass figure as immortalized by artist Diors advertisement analysis Dana Gibson. In the very late s, the corset elongated, giving the women a slight S-bend silhouette that would be popular well into the Edwardian era.
Sportswear and tailored fashions[ edit ] Charvet dress with shirtwaist and chemisette.
Changing attitudes about acceptable activities for women also made sportswear popular for women, with such notable examples as the bicycling dress and the tennis dress. Unfussy, tailored clothes, adapted from the earlier theme of men's tailoring and simplicity of form, were worn for outdoor activities and traveling.
Walking suits featured ankle-length skirts with matching jackets. The notion of "rational dress" for women's health was a widely discussed topic inwhich led to the development of sports dress.
This included ample skirts with a belted blouse for hockey. In addition, cycling became very popular and led to the development of "cycling costumes", which were shorter skirts or " bloomers " which were Turkish trouser style outfits.
By the s, women bicyclists increasingly wore bloomers in public and in the company of men as well as other women. Bloomers seem to have been more commonly worn in Paris than in England or the United States and became quite popular and fashionable.
In the United States, bloomers were more intended for exercise than fashion. The rise of American women's college sports in the s created a need for more unencumbered movement than exercise skirts would allow.
By the end of the decade, most colleges that admitted women had women's basketball teams, all outfitted in bloomers. Afternoon dresses typical of the time period had high necks, wasp waists, puffed sleeves and bell-shaped skirts.
Evening gowns had a squared decolletage, a wasp-waist cut and skirts with long trains. Influence of aesthetic dress[ edit ] The s in both Europe and North America saw growing acceptance of artistic or aesthetic dress as mainstream fashion influenced by the philosophies of John Ruskin and William Morris.
In the United States during this period, Dress, the Jenness Miller Magazine — reported that tea gowns were being worn outside the home for the first time in fashionable summer resorts. Hairstyles and headgear[ edit ] Hairstyles at the start of the decade were simply a carry-over from the s styles that included curled or frizzled bangs over the forehead as well as hair swept to the top of the head, but afterhairstyles became increasingly influenced by the Gibson Girl.
By the mids, hair had become looser and wavier and bangs gradually faded from high fashion. By the end of the decade, hair was often worn in a large mass with a bun at the top of the head, a style that would be predominant during the first decade of the 20th century.
Shoes[ edit ] High tab front shoes with a large buckle had made a comeback in the s and were again revived in the s. Suede was new to the market in and was available in a few pale shades. Athletic wear[ edit ] The shift toward functional fashion also affected women's athletic wear.
Women in Paris began wearing bloomers when bicycling as early aswhile in England lower bicycle frames accommodated the dresses that women continued to wear for bicycling. Long floor length dresses gradually gave way to shorter hemlines and a more casual style of athletic clothing.
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