Revolutionary Fashion

Revolutionary Fashion

Fashion is a world of transformations, not just for clothes but also for the lives everywhere. There are no boundaries to the imagination and it never discriminates by nature. The world of fashion works every day to break stereotypes and give people more confidence in themselves. Fashion is for Every-Body and for each one of you out there. Here comes a list of countless fashion trends that changed the world.

  • Prêt -À-Porter
  • Imagine sewing everything that you wear or wish to wear, our generation won’t survive it. But this was the reality of women before the 1950s. It was in the fifties that ‘ready to wear’ clothing for women was introduced which included skirts, puffed tops and balloon sleeves tops, apron dresses, and crepe dresses. Well, thanks to the fifties we now have plenty of options to choose from. 

  • High Heels 
  • The world of fashion is incomplete without a good pair of black high heels and so is your closet. But did you ever think about how they came into action and when? High heels were never created for women. They were created for man as a symbol of higher social status. The first lady to wear high heels was Catherine de Medici, who didn't want to let her height become a disadvantage in the 60s politics but this step caused the revolution of footwear and since then high heels have become a feminine item. 

  • Mini Skirts
  • One of the trends that even fashion experts believe is never going to end. Women have always been judged by society for what they wear and so was the case when mini skirts were first introduced in1960s. They were banned as a sign of sexual harassment invited by many European countries. But women kept their fight against their opinions and soon the same mini skirts became a symbol of women’s freedom of expression. 

  • Denim
  • Denim still remains the most used and loved material globally. They are viewed as an article of democratic clothing. The first-ever denim came all the way back in the 1870s and as years passed by they still remain to become a part of the trend with something new every year. They are so versatile that you can pair them with a shirt, tee, top, blouse, jackets, and bodysuits

  • Women Trousers
  • Trousers have a long history and were always viewed as a masculine feature. It was in the 1950s that women in western countries started adopting trousers which were more balloons on thighs and tight at ankles as a part of the uniform for work or sports activities. But the look was adored by so many that it makes sex-neutral clothing by the 1980s. 

    All these were one small step for women, but giant for womankind. The more I read about history I discover that the biggest inspiration to art has been women. The natural aura they carry and the beauty each and everyone they have is impeccable. Even as of now somewhere a woman is still bringing a positive change to the world and this positive influence of them will keep on influencing the fashion around us.