Sometime around 1920s everything was changing rapidly in the creation of lingerie. For the early time machine-made underwear became a lot more affordable price-wise although ever being made out of the same fine and luxury fabrics as the high-end hand-made undergarments.
During the thirties, fitness became chic and under the demand from the hungry-for-change customers, manufacturers finally started producing smaller, lighter and foremost – better-fitting lingerie.
At the same time new fabrics (nylon and elastane) were introduced and they were a absolute agree for the developing era of new – fitted underclothes. Women wanted more acrobatic foundations and all the basics were transforming into their lightest form yet.
Sleepwear was changing as well.Made out of transparent fabrics, with around or V necks, night-gowns became narrower and more revealing. Fashionable Oriental kimonos had richly quilted cuffs and collars although dressing jackets were hip-level long but short-lived as the new star (pajama) took over the stage.
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