Female fashion is a sub-category of 1940s and 1960s fashion, and is often used to describe the style and trends of the period.
Its popularity was based on the fact that the female silhouette was usually more slender, with larger breasts and fewer curves than those of the male counterpart.
Female fashion was seen as being “a more feminine style”, rather than a fashion trend, and it was largely used to show women in their personal lives.
The 1930s and early 1960s saw a trend towards smaller busts and shorter legs.
The 1950s saw an increase in the amount of curvature in women’s legs and the waistline, and the rise of the bikini as a fashion accessory.
This was in part due to the availability of designer clothes made from polyester and nylon.
A new form of the clothing was the dress, which featured a high neckline, high waist, a high bust, and a low crotch.
Female clothing was seen to be more affordable, as well as being more comfortable to wear than male clothing.
The 1940s were also a time of increasing interest in body modification, which had been seen as a more “normal” part of life for women.
In the 1950s and 60s, the bodybuilding community gained a reputation for being more muscular and more athletic than the general population.
As a result, it became fashionable to modify body parts, such as the breasts and the buttocks, to fit more masculine body shapes.
The bodybuilders also started to take part in sporting events such as gymnastics, wrestling and track and field, which encouraged women to participate in sports.
The 1960s also saw the rise in the appearance of the feminine body.
In a trend known as the “nudist”, the body was stripped of all clothing and allowed to breathe and shed.
This trend came to an end in the 1970s, as women began to reclaim the body and fashion for themselves.
The 1980s saw the end of the female fashion revolution, with a focus on the sexual revolution and the feminist movement, which was seen by some as a threat to female empowerment.
The 1990s saw what became known as “body-positive” fashion, which saw a rise in clothing styles that reflected body ideals such as “sexy and fit” and “semi-feminine”.
Female fashion continues to be a major sub-type of the 1960s and 1970s fashion sub-categories, but is now largely seen as “a new form”.
Female style is also a subcategory of the 1950’s and 1960’s fashion subcategories.
A list of female fashion styles can be found on the Style Index.