Over time, changes take place and so are our physical qualities and fashion. Within a decade, a lot of changes took place. Physical qualities of our ancestors were something else for us, like totally different.
Likely, the physical qualities we have today will be odd for the upcoming generations. To prove it, have a closer look at body ideals over the last 100 years—which shows that as they say on Project Runway, “In fashion, one day you’re in, and the next day you’re out.”
No more monumental curves in this era and welcome to the flapper dress. The curves of Gibson are gone and replaced with small bust and hips.
The Gibson girl was not dainty. She was dark, regal in bearing, quite tall.
In this era, the flapper was gone and warmly curved and roundly turned figure came in trend.
In this era, a farewell was given to 1930's look and all that translates into- a long-limbed, taller, and square silhouette.
This era came when the skinny ladies were advised to take some supplements to put on weight. See the dress, the sweetheart neck and rounded skirts came in fashion.
Chubby women were asked to flatten their stomachs by dieting, in this era. And fashion demanded of a smaller bust and slim hips.
This was the party era, in which the party girls were pressured to maintain a slim-hipped, flat-stomached body. So, that she could rock in Disco! Jumpsuits! Bellbottoms!
The era was of fitness; tall, leggy women came in the picture to represent the new feminine ideals. And for the first time, muscles were acceptable and desirable on women.
It was the time of jeans, over sized fraying sweaters and even unisex fragrances.
The era of "heroin chic" gone and Giselle Bundchen brings sexy back.
The present era is known as Booty Babe era and when it came, the BuffBeauty era was gone.