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timeline of fashion whats changed

1920s: The only time when clothes were sensible but sexy never slutty or rude there clothes were revealing but not revealing to much they had lovely coats with the huge collars and these were most ideas for costumes come from such as the evil witch or the evil queen and the evil woman from 101 dalamations

1940s: Times changed fast it went from long black dresses to under knee hight dresses with low cut backs and no sleeves also the time were marilyn monroe the famous pin up became rich and famous for her acting singing and her unique style with the poofy dresses or the sexy dark glittery dresses.

1980s: groovey knee hight dresses with the bright colourfull dresses the all in ones (cat suits) and cool leather jackets and long bright colours hears the perfect time to be a fashion designer such as many did if you wanted to be sexy heres the time and the time when the hippies came out from the dark and rulled the world with there flower power and long braded hair all they wanted is world peace. what will this change to well read on to find out

2000s/now: it went from hippies to cool fresh belly tops and a pair of jeans or combats with the nice touch of bling to wear or you could wear loose trackys and a loose big over sized hoodies would you like to wear this any way this is the 2000s everybody has there own style now.

what era of fashion would you like to be in. and ask me what you would like in a article about your fashion boutique or your magazine or fashion website

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