The 1970s was a period of recession and social unrest in Britain, and the fashion landscape was characterised by coexistence of various styles. From disco divas to punk rebels fashion in the seventies embraced freedom, choice, and a fusion of influences.
The psychedelic, swinging '60s, was an era characterised by a sense of liberation and a desire for self-expression among young people. The youth of the time enjoyed a higher income than previous generations and eagerly sought a unique wardrobe that allowed them to break free from the constraints of their parents' fashion choices.
The 1950's was an array of women's fashion styles. From Diors iconic 'New Look' collection with its Bar suit to the sheath wiggle dresses and the first ready to wear Horrockses cotton dress there were so many style to explore. Check out our 1950's fashion post to find out more.
From the resilience of wartime styles to the blossoming elegance of post-war trends, the fashion landscape of the forties was a tale of two halves. Read on to find out about how clothing shortages were tackled and how the decade ended with a whole 'New Look'.
The 1930s, was the Golden Age of Glamour, where silver screens dazzled and fashion flourished. From bias cut curves to matching skirt suits check out our blog post to find our more about 1930's fashion history in order to style your Goodwood Revival outfit.
Witness the rise of the empire dress and the transformation of hemlines, revealing ankles and calves. Discover the impact of World War I on fashion as women took charge and embraced practicality with overalls and trousers.
The 1900-1910s marked a period of change and liberation, from restrictive clothing and wide brimmed bird filled hats to liberating and fluid styles. From the beginning of women's liberation to the birth of the RSPB our blog pots focused on the key looks of the Edwardian era.
Do you want to know about Laver's Law and how it is can be used to predict the next fashion cycle? Are you heading to Goodwood Revival and keen to ensure your outfit is on-point with era dressing? Our forthcoming series of 20th Century blog post is for you. Our first blog post in our fashion history series highlights the cycles of fashion and hints at what's to come.