In the early 20th century struggled with open swimwearPictolic
Chaste society of the last century refused to accept the new fashion trends. If not for a courageous group of women of fashion, one piece swimsuits would remain only a figment of the imagination of innovative fashion designers.
In the early 20th century women were arrested for wearing short swimsuits
But the guardians of morality continued to walk with a ruler and measure the length of the new-fangled swimsuits. For those fashionistas who do not want to obey social morality and wore too bold bathing suits, applied harsh measures.
One piece swimsuits — new-fangled developments in the early 20th century that were taken, but not all
Even 100 years ago, women's bathing suits looked like a normal woolen dresses with trousers, to swim in which was absolutely impossible. But public bathing was becoming more popular and ladies were trying to change the uncomfortable baggy suits to one piece swimsuits. With such a radical change was not everyone agrees.
Vigilante, on the beach, watching the length of women's bathing suits
In 1919, wearing one swimsuit in some States was illegal. The organization was set up called "Sheriffettes" with 20 employees, watching for "decorum" on the beaches of new York. There are even arrests of women wearing tight swimwear.
Bathing suit, which in the early 20th century could have been arrested
In 1921 in the American city of Atlantic city on the beach has been arrested the lady, who refused to pull the stockings above the knees. At the same time in Hawaii has enacted a law under which anyone over the age of 14 years, were obliged to wear bathing suits with a length above the knee.
Beach fashion from the early 20th century
Only the beginning of the 1930-ies of the Vice loosened its grip, and bathing suits began to be regarded as comfortable clothes for exercise.
Particularly savvy girls began to wrap the waist with a towel or raincoat.
In the early 20th century, men also were not allowed to bare Breasts.
The beginning of the 20th century was a true revolution to change the bathing outfits and combines beaches for men and women. However, over 50 years before this time, in the Victorian era, in order to spend a day on the water, the ladies had to carry with them not only swimwear, but also... a special bathing machine.