1910s

The Great War was an equaliser. Conventions loosened. The social classes were less restricted in the colours and styles they were alowed to wear. The men enlisted for the war and women began the shift to equality and cheaper and more utilitarian clothes when they were mobilised to replace men on the production lines.

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Antique period clothing and accessories. Mens' and womens' vintage clothes and accessories for sale bulk wholesale- day dresses, evening dresses, summer dresses, winter dresses, skirts, suits, coats, jackets, pants, trousers, blouses, purses, accessories, umbrellas, shoes, hats, bags, gloves, etc etc . .