Any fullness in the skirt was confined to below the knee. Decoration was applied using large and small tucks, hem ruffles, buttons and lace insertions. For day, ladies wore very high necks and the bosom was undefined with fullness over the boned bodice that would often drop to below the waist. These pigeon breast or monobosom bodices often featured wide cape type collars that dropped off the shoulders.
Fashion in Greta Garbo in With the Clara Bow flapper look becoming passe, the new rage is the sophisticated Garbo look. The silhouette is tall and slender, emphasizing broad shoulders, a small bosom, streamlined hips and a standard waistline. Both hair and hems are longer in The more narrow skirts widen softly below the hip and then stop at mid-calf.
Fashion in was highly influenced by stars of the silver screen.
Greta Garbo popularized the windblown look, with her side-parted hair, while Joan Crawford embraced the puffed sleeves, which emphasized her slim waist.
Jean Harlow strutted her stuff in slinky halter tops and evening gowns. Thick, clinging fabrics are enormously popular. The gradual broadening of the shoulders lead to three-inch shoulder pads; found even in night gowns. Inmost every woman owns a close-up mirror to pencil in well-plucked eyebrows and to apply black mascara and eye shadow.
The curling iron was another fashion necessity. Fashion in Jean Harlow Innew fashion accessories include suede gloves with matching bag and shoes, a red or gray fox fur flung over one shoulderbatik scarves, large rings and watches set with gems.
Women love their hats. Inthey are deep and close-fitting with both large and small brims, and women liked them to cover one eye. Women wear their hair a little longer and loosely waved with a side part. Fashionable shoes include the black silk style with ankle strap and the white suede style with a T-strap.
For men, hair was worn short and natural, parted on the side. Men left their pomade in the cabinet, going for the natural look a la Charles Farrell or Buddy Rogers. The older gentlemen still sported a mustache while carrying his cigarette case, wallet, signet ring, cuff links and two handkerchiefs; one in the pocket and one, for actual use, in the coat sleeve.
The hearty man appears with a double-breasted, dark-colored suit and the hat brought down over the top of his face.
Fashion in Marlene Dietrich with tilted beret With the growing vogue in slinky silks popularized via Hollywood, undergarments change dramatically in Though still embroidered and generally in one piece, there is a notable absence of seams, since they show through tight fitting clothing.
A blue and white plaid rayon dress with sashed belt and bow collar, with flowers, ribbons and quills in the hair is the style of the summer.
Fashionable hats range from the pillbox, toque, trimmed turban and Basque beret worn on the side like Marlene Dietrich. For the first time, ties made of wool, not silk, are the fab choice for the stylish businessman.
Advertisement Fashion in Joan Crawford Inthe V-shape wide shoulders to slim waist with flared skirt placed an even stronger emphasis on the corset. There was a two-way stretch and the new, all-in-one, full-length corset with Lastex bra and six suspenders to hold up stockings.
Bolero jackets and puff sleeves are in style, as are short, fitted sweaters. In the evening, necklines are high in the front, and very low in the back. Large brimmed hats reinforce the long silhouette. Some fashionable women even dusted their hair with bright phosphorescent powders.
Fashion in Chanel fashions from Inhair is pushed back across the head at a sharp angle and hats, worn on one side of the head, look almost like vinyl records.
Many women curl their hair like Jean Harlow, wear red lipstick, rouge and nail polish. Most women also penciled in the eyebrows. A new passion for sports ushered in a new era of smaller, tighter sportswear. Finally, high-fashion designs were making their way to the average woman in the form of ready-to-wear clothes.
The style that was seen in the magazines was being seen in middle class neighborhoods.
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From the early days in Egypt through present day, clothes are an expression of who we are. Fashion in the period – in the Western world continued the long elegant lines of the s. Tall, stiff collars characterize the period, as do women's broad hats and full "Gibson Girl" hairstyles.
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