Fashion around the world has its own unique style! From the sarees of India to the chiton of Greece. Fashion has been here for a very long time. In our daily lives, we see people wearing types of styles like Hippie, Goth, and Girly etc. But it wasn't always like this. How did fashion evolve from time to time and why? How did fashion look like long ago? Well let's see.
Long time ago, fashion didn’t look like it is today. The first time period of fashion is ancient. In the Greek and roman times fashion was much more on functioning than being on style. Clothing was loose and flowing, never tight fitting. As time passed and medieval time came, especially at the beginning of Christianity, clothes became much more stylish than before with longer hemlines and sleeves. Next was the Renaissance. There were many style changes in the renaissance period like dresses lost their long trains, women wore robes, dresses with attached bodice and skirt, and women began to show their hair, which was adorned with jewels and veils. Then came Elizabethan period, next the Baroque period, Georgian period and so on till the modern time. (Sorry I didn’t add more information about the fashion history it’s really long.)
We already answered one of our questions and let’s answer the other. How did fashion evolve from time to time and why?
We see different type of people with different type of styles around us. And from time to time also many people love to hear about the latest fashions to try. Around the world there are celebs and popular culture icons that we love, who wear fashion trends introduced by famous designers. When we see celebs or popular culture icons wear latest fashion, we also want to try it. As time goes by, fashion becomes more and more modern and new. Many styles are being made by average people around the world.
Author: AyA Hi! My name is Aya. I am 12 years old and I am grade 6 student. Soon I will be leaving this school to join another school. Wow! time passes by. My hobby is drawing.I like drawing things, especially dresses.