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Cay-c: History of  the 1950s statement 

Fashion And Accessories Of The 1950'S

The End of Rationing and the Beginning of Excess
During World War II and the 1940s, clothing was greatly influenced by rationing and limited quantities of fabrics, threads and needles, so the most popular look was a simple outfit using as little of these much in demand resources as possible. Once World War II and rationing ended, a new availability of different types of fabrics and larger quantities of these fabrics allowed a new type of fashion to bloom during the fifties, especially in the United States. Women's dresses in particular exploded with excess fabric, showing off intricate gatherings, a multitude of pleats, poofy petticoats, and fabulous collars, all made of the best taffeta, nylon, rayon, wool and leather in the brightest and boldest patterns and colors. The 1950's marked the beginning of one of the biggest economic booms in US history and spurred the rise of consumerism and American excess that has defined a lot of our culture in the US and worldwide for the past sixty years. Style Clothing became an important part of culture in the 1950s, with the country going through many societal and cultural changes. It would showcase one's place in society more so than ever before and became a way to express conformity and individual identity. 
Because of the end of World War II and the economic boom, men were sent back to work in record numbers. This meant that two of the primary driving forces behind the consumerism of the 1950s were housewives and the baby boom. In nearly all of the department store catalogs used to compile this section on fashion of the 1950's marketing was geared towards women. Descriptions of clothing included subtle cues that certain clothing and fashionable looks would help women either please their husbands or help them find a husband. Even the descriptions of men's clothing indicated that women would most likely be choosing and purchasing the clothing for their husbands. There was also a certain way that women were expected to look. Fashion started to emphasize conformity in the way people should look. Women were sold on a certain body shape that would best fit the latest fashions and that shape was a thin waist with defined hips and a larger but very defined and shapely bust. Compared to today's standards that feature extremely thin and very tall models, that image might seem more attainable and more natural for most women, but it still placed a lot of pressure on women and girls during the decade to conform to an idealized beauty standard. Corsets, controllers and bustiere tops were standard beauty fare and latex and nylon slimmers were heavily marketed towards women. Bras and bust paddings that helped achieve that defined and almost cone-like shape for busts were also in abundance. The choice and variety of clothing made in "stout" sizes and for older women also started to fade into the background. 
Fifties fashion also helped to define a woman's place in society, especially for wives. Five different types of outfits began to emerge for women during the decade, each with a definite and rigid purpose. Women's clothing could for the first time be easily sorted into clothing for housework or lounging around the home, going out to run errands or conduct business, maternity wear, party-appropriate clothing for social gatherings, or, for women of a lower socio-economic station than the emerging middle class, work uniforms. These different styles were meant to impress and please others including husbands, neighbors, friends and employers, with much less emphasis on whether these fashions expressed the individual identity of the women who wore them. 

Cay-C: i know yall didnt  want a hitory lesson  but there u go any way XD

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1st tattoo getting soon ((cant make up my mind on 2 of them)) 

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Carryartist1 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
i don't know if you are on my friend but here is the art trade i did for you i hope you like it and i apologize for it being so late :( Kendra's beauty by Carryartist1
EyelessPhyc Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
awww i love it and its all good buddy  ^^   
Carryartist1 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Um......hello friend ? How are you today ^^; sorry if I sound like a weird person just randomly talking to you :), I was stopping see how you are doing , and also can you give me a request if I give you one please ?if I ma sounding to pushy I am not really meaning to You don't have to do the request if you don't want to :(... Sorry to bug you :(
EyelessPhyc Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
hey i dont mind at  all ^^ i can draw u some thing  if u want and sure u can draw me  something lol and its all good ur not sounding to pushy  to me  lol :)
Carryartist1 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG thank u so much it means a lot to me :) and I will get started on it asap  my good friend :)
EyelessPhyc Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
lol  its all  good  i get to  work  on urs asap :)  to  and no  problem good  buddy :)   
Carryartist1 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
i made a gift for you, sorry i didn't ask to draw her ^^; if you want i can take it down…
EyelessPhyc Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
awww its all good  and saw it a love it  ^^ :)
Carryartist1 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG you have very nice art i like all your characters is it okay if i add you to my DA watch i am still new to this sight and i would love it if i could add a friend :)
EyelessPhyc Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
sure go for it i dont mind at  all  ^^ and thank u  i looked through urs as  well   and love ur   art  to btw  XD
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