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Historical Trend Setters in Fashion

Jacqueline Kennedy set some trends in fashion and was best known for her pillbox hat and three quarter length sleeves on suits.

Let's take a look at some historical trend setters in fashion including Jacqueline Kennedy who was a trend setter in the 1960's with not only her classy style of dress, but also in the way she presented herself.

 
Queen Elizabeth I: 1558-1603; Back then clothing reflected social status and wealth. She had the "stiff look" with cruder ruffs, round collar, jeweled wigs, and corsets.

King Louis XIV: He sent life style dolls to every European Court, so all the world would know about fashion styles.

Marie Antoinette: Queen of France (1775-1795) wore ornate styles with high headdresses, plumes, voluminous dresses, and she used paper Mache' to whiten and stiffen her hair.

George Bryan "Beau" Brummell: "Dandy" ism. During the 1800's was a style of dress and lifestyle for men that celebrated elegance and refinement (straight posture, well fitting clothes with gloves and a top hat.) He was one of the most noted figures in men's clothing.

Jacqueline Kennedy: early 1960's. Her trademark was the pillbox hat and suits with three quarter sleeves.

The Beatles: They came to the U.S. in 1964 wearing mop-top hair styles.  It changed to crew cut hair cut look. It became standard fashion for men by the 70's.  They were considered extreme in the early 1960's.

 
 
 

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