Fashion in the 1900s puffed blouses, fluted skirts, slightly high waistline was all fashionable.
Western fashion. Fashion from 1910–1919 in the Western world was characterized by a rich and exotic opulence in the first half of the decade in contrast with the somber practicality of garments worn during the Great War. Men's trousers were worn cuffed to ankle-length and creased
Year were women started wearing more comfortable clothes
World War II was attention at the shoulder, with butterfly sleeves and banjo sleeves, and exaggerated shoulder pads for both men and women by the 1940s.
Squared shoulders, narrow hips, and skirts that ended just below the knee were the height of fashion.
Unpadded, rounded shoulders, shapely bust lines, closely-defined waistlines, and fully, billowy skirts define the new, more feminine wardrobe. Blouses, jeans, and long, narrow skirts were also quite popular.
More classical styles, summer dresses and long dresses in winter.
Fashion in 1970
Women could start wearing pants and have a more "male" wardrobe.
More creativity in clothing and men and women could wear same type of wardrobe.