1900's to 2014 Fashion

Timeline created by yosselin&esmeralda
  • 1900 to 1910's Fashion

    1900 to 1910's Fashion
    As the Victorian era drew to its close, skirts for both day and evening were elongated at the back to form a train. The skirt’s silhouette was slim at the hip, achieved with pleating and smocking. Any fullness in the skirt was confined to below the knee.
  • 1910 to 1920's Fashion

    1910 to 1920's Fashion
    Shape and silhouette constantly evolved. More radical styles like the hobble skirt and the lampshade skirt each enjoyed their moment in the sun
  • 1920 to 1930's Fashion

    1920 to 1930's Fashion
    Simple bodices, shaped using only a few tucks or shirring at the shoulders, or a little gather at the side seam reflected this new freedom. As the decade began hems lines perched above the ankle
  • 1930 to 1940's Fashion

    1930 to 1940's Fashion
    The abbreviated, linear forms of the 1920s quickly gave way to sinuous shapes and longer hemlines. Waistlines returned to the natural position, while remaining relaxed in fit.
  • 1940 to 1950's Fashion

    1940 to 1950's Fashion
    Women who were deprived of the latest fashions from Paris began to look to homegrown talent. Designers such as Norman Norell and Claire McCardell soon built a following. Mainbocher and Molyneux
  • 1950 to 1960's Fashion

    1950 to 1960's Fashion
    In addition to the full skirt, slender pencil skirts were worn too. The emphasis on silhouette and form created a dependency on foundation garments – bullet bras, corselets, waist-cinchers and girdles pulled in, pushed out and persuaded while crinolines lifted and shaped full-circle
  • 1960 to 1970's Fashion

    1960 to 1970's Fashion
    The French ‘baby doll’ look personified by Brigitte Bardot comprised shorter skirts and big hair. Eventually this gave way to the ‘British Invasion’ or ‘Youthquake’ movement, with teens embracing the free and fun fashions of their London contemporaries.
  • 1970 to 1980's Fashion

    1970 to 1980's Fashion
    Pantsuits, day wear, and separates with a sense of masculine style as echoed in the film ‘Annie Hall’ created a sensation with Diane Keaton wearing a fitted vest with a collared white shirt and men’s neckties. Skirts could be seen in a variety of lengths, mini midi or maxi!
  • 1980 to 1990

    1980 to 1990
    Overconsumption, oversized and just plain over-the-top were cornerstone features in this decade of excess and materialism. It was a time of abundance, optimism and unabashed greed. Shoulder pads returned to fashion in a super-sized version, and the “power suit” reflected women’s emerging status in the workplace.
  • 1990 to 2000's Fashion

    1990 to 2000's Fashion
    The early 1990s was really continuation of 1980s fashion: women wore manerless denim button down shirts, neon colors, oversized sweaters, T-shirts, sweatshirts, baby doll dresses, trenchcoats lined with fake fur, and black leather jackets.
  • 2000 to 2010's Fashion

    2000 to 2010's Fashion
    Women's fashion in the early 2000s was very minimalistic, shoes and boots with rounded or flat toes were worn. Clothing was more feminine again, so there was a lot of miniskirts, shorts, distressed jeans, Burberry, hip hop influenced pants, Daisy Dukes, polo shirts and tank tops.
  • 2010 to 2014 Fashion

    2010 to 2014 Fashion
    From 2010 onwards, colors such as black, white, teal, cobalt blue, pink and neon yellow have been popular for t-shirts and jackets, along with skinny jeans. Madras shirts with tartan prints and bright colored casual clothing[