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Underpinnings

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WW2 - patriotic underwear set

How did WW2 change the way people dressed?

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Treo girdle and MaidenForm bra. Photo by Toni Frissell for Vogue, March 1, 1938. Image sold via @CondeNast #lingeriehistory

Vanity Fair lingerie ensemble, circa 1960. Collection of the Museum at FIT. #lingeriehistory

AF Vandevorst lingerie ensemble, 2006. Collection of the Museum at FIT #lingeriehistory

Dolce & Gabbana lingerie ensemble, Spring 2015 RTW. Runway image via Style.com #lingeriehistory

Dovima wears a bra & girdle set by Warner's, Vogue Feb 1953. #lingeriehistory

Quilted silk satin petticoat, c.1765. #lingeriehistory Collection of The Museum at FIT.

Christian Dior underdress, Fall 1955-56. #lingeriehistory Via The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Cage crinoline of steel with red wool and linen, 1860-1865. Via the Victoria and Albert Museum

1940s Lingerie Bra, Girdle, Slips, Underwear History. ” Correct posture with the correct foundation garment combine to give a woman an attractive figure and will aid her in her quest for health and vitality.” 1948, Foundations for Fashion #1940sfashion #lingerie #vintage

1940s Lingerie- Bra, Girdle, Slips, Underwear

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Pin-up by Charles Gates Sheldon, likely for La Vogue lingerie, 1920s. #lingeriehistory Via myvintagevogue.com

Corset and chemise, circa 1905. #lingeriehistory From the Collection of The Museum at FIT / Early twentieth-century corsets rested low on the bosom, and extended over the hips. When laced, the so-called “straight-front” corset provided an “S curve” that pushed the breasts forward, pressed in the stomach, and arched the back.

Redfern (attributed to) waist cincher, circa 1900. #lingeriehistory Via The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Corset by Strouse, Adler Company, circa 1920. #lingeriehistory Collection of The Museum at FIT. / By the early 1920s, comfort and modernity had become crucial to corset design. Many corsets (now also called girdles) had elastic panels that allowed for greater freedom of movement.

Stay (historic corset), silk brocade, c.1750. Collection of The Museum at FIT. #lingeriehistory

Tao for Comme des Garçons corset, Fall 2005. Collection of The Museum at FIT. #lingeriehistory

Boudicca ensemble with corset, Fall 2001. Collection of The Museum at FIT. #lingeriehistory

vintage 1920s lingerie This time period is when women are changing and becoming less modest. This is one of the first lingerie girls wore. They also began to wear shorter dress and low-cut shirts!

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Wedding lingerie

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Undergarment ensemble, c. 1900-1903. #lingeriehistory Via @FIDM blog

FIDM Museum Blog: Underpinnings, c. 1900-1903

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Woman in Chemise (also known as Reading) Max Beckmann - 1947

Rudi Gernreich "no bra", circa 1967. Via the Met Museum.

  • Susan
    Susan

    So comfortable!

Bustier, Dolce & Gabbana, 2007. Museum of Decorative Arts in The Louvre.

Corselet, circa 1900. Museum of Decorative Arts in The Louvre.

Whalebone body, circa 1770-80. Museum of Decorative Arts in The Louvre.

Man’s waist cincher, early 20th Century. Museum of Decorative Arts in The Louvre.