How would you describe fashion in the 1940s?
The 1940s were defined by a clean and slim silhouette with a somewhat military feel. Jackets, blouses, sweaters, and skirts were short and close-fitting, all unadorned and with the requisite sharp shoulder pads. Long sleeves were out, dresses were casual, and pants and ‘playsuits’ became everyday attire.
What is fashion in simple words?
Fashion is a form of self-expression and autonomy at a particular period and place and in a specific context, of clothing, footwear, lifestyle, accessories, makeup, hairstyle, and body posture. The term implies a look defined by the fashion industry as that which is trending.
How Do I Look 1940s?
Typical 1940s style Dress A calf length or knee length will do, preferably pleated, and buttoned up at the front, with a fitted waist. If you can’t find a dress with a fitted waist, then a nice belt with a bow tie, can cinch your waist quite perfectly. Shoulders were padded or ruffled.
What is the best way to use fashion in a sentence?
Forget the rules, if you like it, wear it. This outfit just cleared my skin and fixed my posture. Fashion fade, style is eternal. Life is a party, so dress for it.
What are your fashion tips for the new era in fashion?
It’s a new era in fashion; there are no rules. Dress to entertain yourself. My outfit identifies as a [character/zodiac sign]. Keep your body fit, and your mind healthy. It’s the best fashion statement. Even high treason is excusable when one is wearing the finest garments. One’s personal style is always a hundred-fold better. Smart.
What are some interesting facts about fashion?
The human body is the best work of art. I only wear a pretty dress on days ending with ”Y.” I don’t do fashion, I AM fashion. There is power in wearing high heels. Fashion is about comfort and feeling good. Has a closet full of clothes. Wears the same five outfits.
What color do you wear on your days off?
Gray for days. Anyone can get dressed up and glamorous, but it is how people dress in their days off that are the most intriguing. I’ve got a knack for lilac.