Corset

    Page 1 of 32 - About 313 Essays
  • Margaret Haddix Research Paper

    that everyone wore had a statement. Jane the rich girl had too many roughest account which meant she was quite rich but Yetta and Bella had no ruffles whatsoever which meant they were poorer than pig. Just what one wore meant how one would be treated and how one should act.Clothing statements were shown through three ways, first through design, second through corsets, thirdly through ruffles and lastly through hats In 1911, the…

    Words: 999 - Pages: 4
  • Prodigious Clothing In The Elizabethan Era

    People often wonder how women in the Elizabethan era wear prodigious dresses. Women in the Elizabethan era have derived their vogue from men's clothing. Women in the Elizabethan Era often wore dresses, but what many people do not know is that the methodology of getting those dresses on are complicated. Some of these pieces of attire are smock, stockings, and corset. The first thing women formulate on in the process of putting on their dress is to put on a smock, smock is an inner piece of…

    Words: 291 - Pages: 2
  • Fashion Trends In The 1800s

    Caplin created the corset, but it’s fame came from the Victorian era (1837-1901). “A corset is a type of undergarment that supports the bust and defines the waistline” (wisegeek.com). In the late 19th century, the corset was found in most women’s (and some men’s) wardrobe. It was worn daily under the dress to slim and shape a women’s figure and to appear more attractive. The corset pushes up the bust and drives in the waist. Today, in place of the corset a bra is worn. The bra can be pulled…

    Words: 473 - Pages: 2
  • Analysis Of Intimate Apparel

    machine is removed from the desk, replaced with a bottle of alcohol and bright white lights shine down on the actresses as the scene becomes the home of Mrs. Van Buren. Mrs. Van Buren although an elite upper class white woman of the time envied the possibilities of Esther 's freedom as a single woman due to her unhappiness with her husband, although she never told Esther. Nevertheless, Esther has come to Mrs. Van Buren 's home to deliver a new corset which at first glimpse Mrs. Van Buren…

    Words: 1086 - Pages: 4
  • Venus With Her Mirror Analysis

    sash, and over the mirror he holds a pink ribbon. The bed sheets have a seemingly very dark blue hue as well. Dark blues in the Renaissance frequently symbolized chastity, while reds very often signified high social standing and wealth in Renaissance paintings. In regards to the mirror, it appears as though she is looking at herself at first glance. However, upon further inspection it becomes clear that this Venus figure is looking at the viewer using the mirror. In regards to naturalism, this…

    Words: 1990 - Pages: 8
  • Fashion Trends Inspired By Sexy Old School Style

    memory of Kate Moss’ nude slip dress remains with us all! BANDANA/HANDKERCHIEF TOPS Old school fashion lesson: Bandanas are not limited to the head and handkerchiefs are not restricted to sneezing emergencies. Summer 2016 desperately needs the comeback of this sexy look that shows off the back with it’s string tie up and takes us back to the strong icons who rocked it looking both strong and saucy. DAMN. 9 SPANDEX 11DECADE FASHION ICON FOR INSPIRATION: BRITNEY SPEARS (see left) …

    Words: 834 - Pages: 4
  • Persuasive Essay On Body Beauty

    This can leave women to spiral down a dangerous path of low self-esteem. This might eventually lead to something as dangerous as physically harming their bodies through ways such as eating disorders or surgically altering their bodies. Women have been forced to fit into a certain mold for centuries. In the Victorian Era, wealthy women were expected to wear a corset all day long. This garment was worn to make the woman look as if she had an hour glass figure, complete with a tiny waist and a…

    Words: 2282 - Pages: 10
  • Victorian Era Dress History

    Those of the working class would be made at home or bought from a shop then altered themselves. Though a strange things was, that the quality of the the textile wasn 't as important as the quality of the make of the dress. These frilly, overdone dresses that kept up with the rest of the Victorian era, were made to be very tight and very, very uncomfortable. It even affected the way one sat, walked, and the very body language she used. the corset and bodice were the main culprits in this, as well…

    Words: 826 - Pages: 4
  • The Role Of The Cincher In The Caribbean

    The waist cincher is an undergarment that has gone in and out of style over the years. Well, it is back in style a bit because it can redefine the look of your midsection. You just have to understand what it does, how it does it and what it does not. A waist cincher is a device that essentially squeezes and moves the weight in your midsection around. It is often worn under clothes to create a sleeker look or more of an hourglass profile for a woman. Through the years, cinchers have been made…

    Words: 449 - Pages: 2
  • The Archetype Of The Gibson Girls

    backside, rounded shoulders, and smooth neck. These women were depicted as intellectual and independent. Described as fragile women who were enticing, but not lewd, women of progressive nature but not too political. To obtain figures equivalent to these corsets were used to tighten the wait accentuating the hips. These women were relevant until the 1920s when flappers had begun to form their presence in the nation. The 1920s birthed a new type of women. This new woman had broken down the…

    Words: 2461 - Pages: 10
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 32

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: