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The fashion

The fashion. Index. 70s Fashion 80s Fashion 90s Fashion Actual Fashion Charity shop. 70s Fashion. 70s Fashion.

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The fashion

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  1. The fashion

  2. Index • 70s Fashion • 80s Fashion • 90s Fashion • Actual Fashion • Charity shop

  3. 70s Fashion

  4. 70s Fashion • While some fashion trends of the 60s continued in the '70s, this decade also brought many new styles . The hippie and disco fever was also included many different materials like velvet , polyester and many elastic and shiny fabrics. It was also the decade where unisex garments were introduced. Leisure suits , platform shoes and tight jeans are striking product of the 70s. • Skirts:For all women were fashionable regardless of shape or taste, 70 offered three skirt lengths, small cuts, medium and long were equally popular. The era of miniskirts continued through the '70s, but the medium and long dresses also gained a following. While medium skirts reaching to the knees and ankles, gowns reached the floor. Many were called "granny dresses" and is generally used for formal events. They came straight cut or flared and usually had high necks and long sleeves.

  5. 70s Fashion • Shirts: Shirts differed in color and pattern, but the overall style was recognizable. Adjusted shirts men had had large pointed collars and bright patterns. These shirts were usually combined with leisure suits that were made of polyester. While the men were trends that later become fashion for women, girls wore flowing 70s style peasant shirts and tiny tight shirts that could be combined with popular pants. Fashion women also included sequined tops and tube cutting. • Shoes: Footwear quintessential 70s was the platform shoe. Both men and women wore them, regardless of age. The soles have a thickness of 2 to 4 inches (5-10 cm) and came in different colors, sometimes even transparent. These shoes were not comfortable and it was difficult to walk with them, but they were the most notable accessory 70. The platform shoe was then replaced by the simple flat shoes. This happened at the end of the decade. I was usually made ​​of leather and laces included.

  6. 80s Fashion

  7. 80s Fashion • The '80s was a decade of big, bold and bright fashion. The hair was big, pointed bangs and side ponytails were popular and the blonde was the color to wear. The makeup had many strong colors. Tank showed shoulders, shirts with side snaps, miniskirts, acid washed jeans, and lots of neon, the colors were very bright. You could wear high, jellies or keds shoes and socks wrinkled.

  8. 90s Fashion in neighboorhood

  9. 90s Fashion • The fashion in 90s mainly was popular for the wide and colourful cloth. An example could be the mode of dress of Will Smith. • The people often wore wide t-shirts, shirts, jackets and athletic jerseys (preferably of some NBA or MLB team) like the starter jackets, Versace Silk Shirts, oversize patchwork denim or camo clothes. • Also the people wore baggy pants and shoes like Timberland boots or sneakers like Adidas, Nike, Ralph Lauren or Reebok. • A popular example of their haircut was the flap top and afro. • In their head they wore hats like the Bucket Hats, visors, LMB caps or kangol hats. Sometimes the people wore du-rags. • Some persons wore big chains and expensive jewels (this persons mainly was narcs, hustlers or ‘playas’).

  10. 90s Fashion

  11. Actual Fashion

  12. Actual fashion • XXI Century • In the late twentieth and early twenty-first century, it was possible to view, order and send clothing anywhere in the world thanks to media or Internet. Therefore, the current trend seems to be heading towards a universal uniformity. • 2000S • In 2000 became associated fashion and changing according to different urban tribes, which were a way of life, an attitude toward life and generally refer to youth. The membership of these groups is evident in the ideology, music, lifestyle and also in appearance, with the consumption of certain brands of clothes, wearing certain clothes or colors, distinctive characteristic of the different tribes . Both men and women to adopt the MC all work or occasion. Women use borcegos, clogs or sandals. 1980s clothes returners, returning the floral print. Shorts, skirts and high-waisted pants and skirts are used.

  13. Actual Fashion • 2010s • Men implementing the V-neckline with Chupines brand pants and slippers. White pants for men are feeling, however, dark pants add great elegance, both as open shirts with under shirts or shirts and rolled up. Women prefer fresh fashion but with a modern twist, little makeup, natural hair hairstyles combining structured but with a bit of fashion 1960. The vintage has a strong presence in the female wardrobe. In Exchange starts growing menswear fashion seeking an alternative identity, which influence trends and own styles, being a little more adventurous and fun

  14. Charity Shop

  15. Charity Shop • A charity shop, thrift shop, thrift store, hospice shop, resale shop, is a retail establishment run by a charitable organization to raise money. • Charity shops are a type of social enterprise. They usually sell mainly used goods donation  by members of the public, and are often staffed by volunters. Because the items for sale were obtained for free, and business costs are low, the items can be sold at competitive prices. After costs are paid, all remaining income from the sales is used in accord with the organization's stated charitable purpose. Costs include purchase and/or depreciation of fixtures (clothing racks, bookshelves, counters, etc.), operating costs (maintenance, municipal service fees, electricity, telephone, limited advertising) and the building lease or mortgage.

  16. By: • Miguel Ángel Hinojosa • Ignacio Valle • Jose Luis Álvarez • Carlos Carretero

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