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From 1800-1840 women wore one color dresses with small details, which were made of lightweight fabrics and got more structured when the romantic era arrived
in 1840-1870 the gothic era arrived and women started wearing dresses with full skirts and sleeves. Horizontal flounces or tucks were added to the base skirt to give more volume. Prints and patterns were very popular due to attention
More radical styles like the hobble skirt and the lampshade skirt were worn in 1890 to 1920. The skirt’s silhouette was slim at the hip and fullness of the skirt was now placed below the knees.
Headdress started becoming a trend in 1920. In 1930 designers experimented with new cuts and new materials. Hooks were replaced with zippers. Women wanted to dress like their idols and were dressed in silk velvet or silk satin dresses
In 1940-1950 World War II inspired designers to design outfits with rounded shoulders, exaggerated bust lines, wasp waists and padded hips
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