The History Of The Dress
An excerpt from more than two hundred years of fashion history as long as there are people on the Earth, so long there were also dresses in the one or the other type. Over the centuries they have from simple pieces of cloth to the small black, Cocktailkeidern, evening dresses and others, all from simple to extravagant and affordable to expensive rich. Clothes are clothes which normal way consist of a piece of cloth and carried by women and girls. The dress is as an alternative to two-piece dresses, skirt and blouse. Clothes in the modern sense appeared for the first time around the year 1800, consisting of crinoline, crinoline and a bodice. During the day, women wore the dresses without neckline with long sleeves and an overcoat, which reached to the floor.
Evening however the women were permitted to wear shorter sleeves, as well as a little more cutting; after 1900, they were allowed to show even cleavage. During this entire period and even up into the 1920s dresses were always at least ankle-length. During the 1920s, but came Charleston dresses in fashion. Although some stayed this long dresses, some were yet so short they ranged it only up to our knees. Dresses were increasingly sleeveless and with forgiveness changes such as sequins and fringes. In the 30s and 40s, lost the shock factor of the Charleston era clothes slowly and took back classic shapes with straight cuts and skirts of different lengths. The little black dress that surfaced for the first time in the 20s, became increasingly popular.
The 1950’s brought changes by the swing style big. Women preferred long dresses that could swing dancing around. Halter dresses can be enjoyed at this time of also brief popularity. A modern style of dresses prevailed in the 60s everywhere. The length of the dresses was knee length with short dress, either with or without sleeves, and in all possible colours. The Maxi dress from flowing, floor-length material, became fashionable in the 70s. It embodied a more earthy style that appealed to young women of this time. Perfect contrary to the 1970s evolved but also to the Decade of Flash, short dresses, inspired by the disco style. In the 80s, forgiveness changes came as frills, feathers, fringe and puffed in fashion, where colors and patterns played a special role. Women loved also dotted, striped, and neon dresses up in the 1990s. During the 90s and 2000s, styles from the different decades were more mixed. Today, there are dresses in all sizes, shapes, colors and every style. Between a few euros and thousand end can woman cover themselves with everything, what you popular. Due to their versatility, women love clothes also so much and therefore it will be probably a trend, which itself will last forever. Victoria Schmeiser