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Women's fashion in the fifties was all about dresses. Slim fitting trousers for women, based on the men's style of the day had started to become part of socially acceptable dress for women but these were more for daring rock'n'roll teenagers, for most women dresses were the Christian Louboutin Pumps only suitable item of clothing for all occasions.
After the end of cloth rationing in the Second World War the fashion houses of Paris had started up again, it was however the 'New Look' silhouette released by Christian Louboutin in 1947 that seemed to set the style achievement for the decade of the 1950s. This look emphasized everything feminine and consisted of the classic hourglass shape as we would Christian Louboutin Wedding think of it today with many touches of luxury. The main look is to accentuate a small waist with rounded shoulders, full skirts worn with petticoats and finished with gloves and pearls.
Another main designer from this decade Coco Chanel contrasted this look with boxy jackets and straight skirts that now make up the classic Chanel suit. The attention for Chanel was to the materials and the small Christian Louboutin Tall details such as the finishes and linings, pearls played a big part with the look as well. For normal women the classic dresses of this time would be the shirtwaist dress, also known as a house.