Clothing in Arizona's Past

Timeline created by mmmsdelsol
In History
  • Jan 1, 1500


    The only inhabitants in the 1500s were the Hohokam tribe. They wore animal skins and plant fibers. For there feet they wore sandles. Other materials they made into clothes were cotton, milk weed, yuca, and agave fibers.
  • 1850s

    In the 1850s the California gold rush was near Arizona. Men wore flannel shirts,lace-up boots, and usally had a hankerchief tied around their neck. Women usally handmade the clothing and stayed at home most of the day. Women usally wore dresses and hoop skirts.
  • 1900s

    Different textures and styles in dresses and clothing.
  • '50s

    Waistshirts were popular. Clothing from the art 1900s stuck and nothing really changed.
  • '70s

    A major clothing change from the '50s to the '70s were that there were many new fashions because of the hippie movement.
    Things such as tie-dye, bell bottoms, and love beads become very popular in the '70s
  • Today

    Shorter lengths are common.
    Long pants are not worn most of the year because of the heat