Fashion in the 1920's

Elias Casas

Perez

Period several

The 1920's is once fashion moved into the modern time. Women made a decision to abandon the restricting and plain clothes that they put on and started to wear exoctic clothing and makeup. Men also deserted the normal clothes and began to wear athletic loose clothing. Coco Chanel was one of the most influential females of the 1920's, she was one of the first ladies to wear pants, cut her hair, and reject the corset. Coco Chanel did much to further the emancipation and flexibility of women's fashion. Initially in centuries, women's legs were seen with hemlines growing to the leg and dresses becoming more fitted. A more manly look shot to popularity, including compressed breasts and hips, brief hairstyles including the bob minimize, Eton plant and the Marcel wave. The trend was bohemian and forth-coming for its age group. In menswear there were two distinct intervals in the twenties. Throughout the decade, men used short suit jackets, the long overcoats being used basically for formal occasions. In the early 1920s, men's fashion was seen as extremely high-waisted jackets, often worn with belts. Lapels on go well with jackets were not very wide as they tended to be buttoned up high. This style of coat seems to have been greatly affected by the outfits worn by the military during the First Community War. Pants were fairly narrow and straight plus they were donned rather short so that a man's socks often confirmed. Trousers likewise began to be worn cuffed at the end at this time. By 1925, wider trousers commonly known as Oxford carriers came into fashion, while match jackets came back to a normal waist and lapels started to be wider and were typically worn peaked. Loose-fitting sleeves without a heurter also began to be worn during this time period. During the overdue 1920s, double-breasted vests, typically worn with a single-breasted clothes, also started to be quite stylish. During the twenties, men had a variety of sport clothes available, including sweaters and...