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L'évolution de la mode pour femme année par année de 1784 à 1970

Voici une série d'illustrations montrant l'évolution de la mode pour femme année par année de 1784 à 1970. Couvrant presque 200 ans, les tenus vestimentaires de ces dames ont subies quelques changements notables. Si en

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Illustrated Timeline Presents Women's Fashion Every Year from 1784-1970

Meticulously compiled using a number of historic fashion plates, this timeline showcases women's fashion history from 1794-1970.

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Hemlines Through the Ages: A Visual Representation - theFashionSpot

Image via dredsina.tumblr.com Came across this cute timeline of silhouettes by decade, from the 1920s on. Posted by Dredsina on Tumblr, each style is a variation on a formal white shirt, black skirt, black shoes and hosiery (the 70s look skips the pantyhose). People are always talking about the way hemlines jump up

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Evolution of women's fashion over the course of two centuries

Post with 19975 views. Evolution of women's fashion over the course of two centuries

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20th Century Fashion History: 1900 - 1910 - The Fashion Folks

Here's the full fashion history: 1900-1910 that covers everything from beauty ideals, to clothes, the edwardian style and how fashion transformed.

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Rate the Dress: Blue Flowers & Big Skirts - The Dreamstress

Your opinion on last week’s dress very much depended on whether it was seen from the front of the back. This week I present another dress that is quite different depending on the angle you see it from. How will it fare in comparison to last week’s pick? Last Week: a summer 1940 evening dress by Schiaparelli The verdict on last week’s dress was pretty clear for most of you: fabulous back, boring front. A few people disagreed, and thought the dress would have been overdone with a more elaborate front, and was perfection as it was. And a couple of you went looking and found the matching jacket that could be worn over the dress. I’d deliberately left it off, because the dress was clearly designed to be worn with or without the jacket, and I thought it would be interesting to see your reaction to Schiaparelli’s cutting, without the more obvious flourishes of the jacket. The Total: 7.5 out of 10 A slight improvement on last week, but still rather disappointing. This week: an …

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