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By the s, young adult women and children finally abandoned the typical "Traje de Mestiza" as everyday wear and started to wear floral printed dresses with mid-calf length shirts. Though many women embraced the western ideals, the typical "Traje de Mestiza" was not fully gone. The elders and middle aged women still wore the traditional dress while the young adults considered it only as a formal dress for events such as carnivals, galas, etc.
In s, the Philippines was famous for its beauty pageants and carnivals that drew tourists from around the world, and resulted in influencing the fashion and beauty standards of the Filipino women.
The women wore more elaborate and intricate dresses. The "Traje de Mestiza" was still popular to the people through the s. Men's fashion remained the same as they continued to wear the "Americana" suit. When s came, the Philippines saw the breaking out of World War II resulting in the shortage of tailoring shops, clothing boutiques and dressmaking factories as the country was occupied by the Japanese Empire. The austerity era started when rations were implemented and the women wore simpler clothing.
The terno gradually disappeared and stopped being manufactured. Only the older people wore their old terno dresses. Clothing boutiques only sold monochromatic dresses, mostly in dark tones. The shirtwaist dresses of the previous decade also became popular in the s with a simpler look. The men's fashion still remained unchanged but became a more casual as started abandoning the coat as a casual wear, and wore it only for formal wear.
During the mids, the clothing boutiques, tailoring shops, and dressmakers stopped operation as the final chapter of the World War II occurred in the Philippines. After the war, most of the people either lost their clothes or could not find new clothes. In , the country began its reparation and Manila's restoration.
However, the lack of dressmakers made the fashion of the s and early s remain popular for the rest of the decade. When the decade started, the country saw the rise of economy, once again giving opportunities for people to have more necessities and live in the normal life.
Women remained wearing the s fashion during the first five years of the decade. By the late s, women started to wear dresses and with floral prints and fuller knee-length skirts.
The style was inspired by Christian Dior's "New Look" collection,  characterized by a below-mid-calf length, full-skirt, pointed bust, small waist, and rounded shoulder line. Summer and Day dresses became popular, as well as the pencil skirts and cardigans. Men's fashion changed slightly as the men started wearing youthful clothing such as sweaters, colorful printed polos, pants and flannels. The drape cut suits remained popular for formal wear. The Barong Tagalog became popular once again to be worn as a formal wear, popularized by the then-President Ramon Magsaysay.
The Terno was rarely worn by young women everyday; however, it was still worn at formal events such as galas, national events, government parties and film festivals. When the s entered, most of the styles from the late s still remained; however, due to the rise of British pop culture that spread in United States and other parts of the world, fashion started to change. A new kind of dress invented by Mary Quant , called the miniskirt , mini dresses started to become popular and mod style fashions also emerged.
Hair became very stylish as the hair were styled bigger and higher with the use of hairspray. By the mids, the hemlines rose and the clothes loosened, influenced by the mod culture.
Men's fashion shifted towards a more youthful vibe, influenced by the rising Teenage culture seen in Hollywood and by various Teen-oriented Filipino films where they started wearing polos and pants, replacing the suit and coats. Suits and coats, as well as the Barong Tagalog, were now only worn during events and by the older men. With the popularity of the hippie culture in the late s, many Filipinos embraced this culture which has continued until the early seventies. At the same time, the rise of Filipino Nationalism began and both movements influenced the way people lived and dressed.
The early s saw women start to abandon mini-dresses for a more modest clothing such as maxi skirts. Vintage clothing from the Victorian Era of the west also became popular as long sleeves, laces, and collars became popular in dresses. Bell bottom pants started to become popular that would continue to the rest of the decade.
Men also started to grow their hair long, the first time ever that such style became acceptable in Filipino society. Men also wore Bell bottoms often in bright colors, similar to the women. The turtle neck became popular as well as sweater vests, colorful bright patterned polos and pants. By the mids, men started wearing t-shirts , which replaced the formal look with a more laid-back look.
Denim jeans also started to emerge, as well as sweatshirts. When the disco culture emerged, the bell bottoms became a staple. It came up with different bright colors, as well as the polos and scarfs.
Women started wearing sequined dresses, mostly in miniskirts and bell bottom jeans. T-shirts also became popular for women and the footwear called bakya became popular. Due to the power dressing movement, women, usually young adults, also started to wear clothes with shoulder pads while teenagers started wearing neon colored clothes. Miniskirts also came back in popularity. Hairstyles were also emphasized as most women had their hair curled. Men's fashion had a shift as they started to wear brightly colored t-shirts or polo shirts and denim jeans for a casual look, throwing away the more formal look.
Teenage boys also wore pastel and neon colored jackets, polos, pants, short shorts and t-shirts. Converse All-Stars shoes were also popular among the teenagers.
Sportswear also became popular for everyday clothing. Leggings rose to popularity as well as jogging pants, headbands and legwarmers. By , a drastic change in style emerged; a trend having oversized shirts and pants were in style, paving way to the s loose fashion.
The s fashion was a laid back version of the s fashion. This decade saw the beginning of the influence of rock music to mainstream fashion. Men started to wear dark, simple and mostly oversized clothes, moving away to the brightly colored clothes of the s. Women also wore loose, simple and casual clothing such as oversized shirts, denim shorts, denim jeans, simple blouses and sneakers.
Skirts weren't as popular as denim throughout the decade. Men's hairstyles also changed as they grew their hair longer for the first time since the decade of the s. Also, a hairstyle called cachupoy was considered popular among teenage boys. It was a straight hairstyle that has a middle parting at the center, most teen celebrities sported this kind of hairstyle.
It was also the decade when people from all social classes wore the same style of clothes, with people having a hard time distinguishing who was from the upper class or from the lower class as everyone opted for a simple, laid-back style of dressing. The s fashion remained popular during the early years of the first decade of the 21st century. In the first part of the decade, the concept of innerwear as an outerwear was popularized resulting in the popularity of spaghetti strap clothes.
Men still followed the s fashion with hip-hop inspired of clothing, wearing cargo pants and oversized T-shirts. By the mid s, colorful clothes began to rise again.
Men started wearing flannel and checkered polos. At the end of the decade, people saw the mixture of clothing from uggboots worn with short shorts and t-shirts to dresses worn over with leggings. Sometimes I have to pull them up and adjust them because they are so high waisted but they are super flattering! Fit is amazing long enough to be worn high waisted and the material is quality and the stretch is great definitely form fitting. Instead, we recommend developing a strategy that stocks your wardrobe with both necessities and the trendiest pieces of women's clothing.
Then shop by season to keep the rest of your look up to date. Our trendwatcher has IDed the look in many tops , from cold-shoulder cutouts to slouchy boyfriend tees.
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V-neck tops, patterned tops and tops with a flared hemline draw attention away from the belly. Tops and jackets should sit just below the hipbone to elongate the torso. Pear Shape Pear body shapes are the most common plus-size shapes. Some examples of styles that can achieve this look are: Layered tops paired with a short jacket break up the elongated torso and make the legs appear longer. Waist belts emphasize and draw attention to the slim waist.
Colorful tops, especially those with collars and pockets, draw attention to the upper body, as do accessories like scarves and necklaces. Pair bright tops with dark bottoms to further emphasize the top half.
V-line tops accentuate the upper half. Rectangle Shape Rectangle body shapes do not have any one prominent feature. Some guidelines to follow when dressing rectangle shapes include: Jackets and coats with accented waists or belts allow the wearer to define her waist. Tops with pockets, ruches and other details create the illusion of a bigger bust. Halter tops also accentuate the bust while showing off the back. Shift dresses and dresses with empire waistlines emphasize the waist to create a flattering silhouette.
Inverted Triangle Shape With this body shape, women have shoulders that are wider than the hips. Some styles to consider when shopping for clothes for an inverted triangle body shape are: A-line and full skirts widen the lower body to achieve the hourglass shape.
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