Australian Clothing By chelsea.davidson97 Jan 1, 1900 Australian Clothing in 1900 Popular clothing in 1900 was very covered with a long sleeved blouse and a long skirt covering all skin apart from the face. Jan 1, 1910 Australian Clothing in 1910 In 1910, clothing stayed mostly the same with no major changes. Still covered skin, were conservative. Jan 1, 1920 Australian Clothing in 1920 Not much had changed apart from dresses became a little shorter and not as covered. Jan 1, 1930 Australian Clothing in 1930 Clothes became even shorter with women wearing skin-coloured tights causes an outrage with men wearing sport themed clothes. Jan 1, 1940 Australian Clothing in 1940 Dresses became knee length with tighter tops, mailny styled with a hat. Jan 1, 1950 Australian Clothing in 1950 Dresses were now just above the knees. They were mainlt quite fluffy in the skirt but tight in the top. Sometimes styled with a belt. Jan 1, 1960 Australian Clothing in 1960 Dresses became even short and tighter and the main fashion was either one colour or a pattern of different colours. Jan 1, 1970 Australian Clothing in 1970 Pants were introduced as a more popular style for women with usally flair at the bottom. Jan 1, 1980 Australian Clothing in 1980 Legwarmers, headbands, tight leggins and fluro colours were the trends set in the 80's. Rock'n'Roll and Pop were the big music influences that reflective onto clothing styles. Jan 1, 1990 Australian Clothing in 1990 Dialling down from the 80's denim and patterens were the main trends along with turkinhg in the shirt into the jeans.