Fashion History Series: Summary

Can you believe it? This fashion history series has come to an end after 3 months of posts every Thursday. It’s hard to summarize a decade into one single blog post, I could easily do another round where I talk about all the things I had to leave out, lol! Anyways, I’ll leave you with a short summary from the series.

Fashion History Series

  • The 1900sS-silhouette, Paul Poiret, Edwardian blouses and tea parties
  • The 1910sPyjama fashion, rectangular shape, lace and functional style
  • The 1920sFlapper dress, sequins, pearls, party life, Chanel and liberation
  • The 1930sPrints, dresses, Surrealism, hats and Elsa Schiapparelli
  • The 1940sThe New Look, hourglass, couture, Dior and elegance
  • The 1950sDoll house, pink, leather, volume, high school and housewives
  • The 1960s: YSL, London, shift dress, boots, colors, prints and music
  • The 1970sUnisex fashion, flower power, paisley and jumpsuits
  • The 1980sPower suit, oversized, statement shoulders and sweaters
  • The 1990sStreet style, models, mini skirts, transparent and minimalism
  • The 2000s: More is more, cargo pants, crop tops and poor choices
  • The 2010sFashion bloggers, playsuits, it-bag, jeans, heels and trends
  • The FutureSustainability,  creative expression and versatile clothes
  • SummaryA summary of all the decades from the 21th Century

Folks! Thank you for the love, fun comments and interesting discussions these past months. I’ve had a lovely time doing this series and can’t wait to see where Stories will head next! If you have any wish posts, let me know! Fun challenge: are you able to tell which picture belongs to which decade?! Xx

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28 thoughts on “Fashion History Series: Summary

    1. Thank you babe! Spanish fashion designers are also so much fun, love them too! Xx

  1. Wow I can’t believe you already covered all of the decades! Your content is always so great and I really enjoyed this series! I have to admit, I would fail the challenge of identifying the decades based on the photos though hehe

    Tina
    http://www.justatinabit.com

  2. Whoop, I’m a good student have read all of them, haha! I’ve learnt so much from these posts, you presented the fashion during each time period with a unique view point by addressing the society living at the time, which always effected the clothing choices and made for a great history lesson as well. Thanks so much for sharing all of this, I know it took a lot of research and time to put them all together for us. I hope you’re having a great week so far, beautiful!

    XO,

    Jalisa
    http://www.thestylecontour.com

    1. Thank you so much for all the love, comments and support during this series babe! I’m so grateful for it, Xx

  3. This was one of the most fun series you’ve put together, so sad it’s come to an end but love that i can go back and get re-inspired by each decade all over again. Hope you’re having a great week so far babe!

    xoxo
    Rina Samantha
    http://www.andshedressed.com

  4. That’s a tough question that I would most probably fail! But I love reading all your articles and get so much knowledge about the history of fashion and respective trends to each era! But if you ask me my favourite era fashion wise it would be the 20s I think 🙂
    Thanks for sharing and have a lovely almost-Friday 😀
    Love,
    Stella
    http://www.stellaasteria.com

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