Of course we all want to look good, but most of the time I don’t think we give a lot of thought to what we put on our bodies each day. Here are a few glimpses into the world of wearability.
Going as far back as the 1700s, here’s a taste of the Smithsonian Institute’s clothing collections.
Sometimes you want to know how it’s going to look on before you buy it, but with underthings that’s not always possible. This site uses their models to show you how their products look right on the body, with several body shapes to choose from.
Sometimes I wonder what people were thinking, but then I realize that they probably weren’t. Some good, some bad, some “charmingly grotesque.”
Not current, but still so frighteningly true. I could think of a few more recent items that could go on that list, like clothes so baggy they make you look like you raided your dad’s closet as a five-year-old.