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A Revelation of Beautiful Dresses Crossing Seventy Years

September 1, 2012

The trend of dresses in 2012 brings a strong retro feeling. New Look, trend of laser and so styles with a sharp trace of age strongly come. Since 1920s, dresses of each age have their own unique beauty.

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1920s
The 20s is a golden time. It emphasizes a style of luxurious adornment and wrote a luxuriant chapter in the history of fashion. The standard style of the 20s is extremely luxurious, no matter the clothing or the accessories. It uses shining material as its theme and is decorated by golden color or pearls. And it decorates you from your head to your legs. It is a true portraiture of a golden time.

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1930s
The 30s uses the Great Depression as its beginning and the beginning of the Second World War as its ending. At that time, people were addicted to luxury and tired of the style of the female clothes imitating boys. So people change their minds and began to pursue the clothes with more female style. Therefore, since the middle of this age, there was a period of fashion pursuing elegance and slim body in Europe and in America. Since 1930s, the length of skirts was longer and the long skirts came back. Slim bodies came to alive again. Different from before, the clothing of 1930s found its design inspiration from the clothing of ancient Greek, which has beautiful feeling of pendency.

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The feeling of elegant pendency belongs to 1930s.
Different from before, the clothing of 1930s found its design inspiration from the clothing of ancient Greek, which has beautiful feeling of pendency.

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