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I dunno, I just wanted to highlight some of the stupid fashion trends throughout history.
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Firecat15 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2018
The 1780's....how in the world did they get away with that?
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Captain-Chaotica Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Heh, this makes me kinda want to do my own attempt at something like this.  I already kinda did? but it was for only one century.  :P  Anyway this is hilarious, I love it!  And weirdly accurate...
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2018   Digital Artist
Thanks!
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Firecat15 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2018
The 1780's...just...what the actual @#%#$#!?!
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Thecutewolf900Aj Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2017  Student Digital Artist
1780s be like
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Enigme-melancolie Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2018  Student Traditional Artist
Lol when fation of 1850 and 1880 are your favourite. And 1890 also not bad I think so
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Eblenn Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2017
2010's is so accurate!
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haius Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2017  Hobbyist
Looks like we'll be due for another huge-skirts-that-can't-fit-through-doorways craze in about 2050, lol
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2017   Digital Artist
Yeah, or 2040's. Huge skirts seem to make a comeback every 90 years or so. It was the 1770's, then the 1860's (well, 1850's and 1860's, both had huge skirts), then the 1950's, and then we'll see if the 2040's or 2050's follow the trend.
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ChaoticPuffins Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
WTF was up with the 1780's?
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:iconniobesnuppa:
Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2017   Digital Artist
It was a risque time for sure. I imagine it would've been very impractical to have your beasts exposed in the winter.
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YiwoonNeoh Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
LOL the 18th century allowed u to have a waist below many centimeters
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MrDorhandell Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I just don't get why having an ass as big as the rest of your body combined is supposed to be sexy. Stupid 2010s
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017   Digital Artist
2010's and 1880's. People 20 years from now will look back on Kim Kardashian and laugh.
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MrDorhandell Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Also, 30 nonillion bucks on that ass being silicone.
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xxZyraxx Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2017
I don't mind all of the fashions from where you started in the 1420's. All of them would indeed be uncomfortable (especially the bodice for the waists. <n>) But, as for the 2010's...yeah, it is stupid.
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2017   Digital Artist
They're not as uncomfortable as they look, but I disagree that all of them would be comfortable to wear. Extreme tightlacing, breasts exposed to the elements, giant skirts that get caught up with everything, massive collars that you can barely see out of, yeah no, it's not just the 2010 fashion here that is ridiculous.
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xxZyraxx Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2017
^^; Eheheh...true.
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Chumley12 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Hmm, that woman's hairstyle in the 1940s looks like Maleficent. Amazing job on the weird fashion trends.
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:iconniobesnuppa:
Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2017   Digital Artist
Yeah, blonde Maleficant, LOL. Thank you.
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Chumley12 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
LOL, yeah, I prefer to dress modestly in 2010s.
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vanessa5400 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2017  Student Digital Artist
So cute!
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geekymeow Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2017  Student Digital Artist
I like all of them I in particular like the 1920s and the 2000s styles that you drew 
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2017   Digital Artist
I didn't draw the 1920's here, though, I drew the 1890's and the 1940's.
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CourtneyDash Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017
Is it bad I kinda like a few of them. Not the recent ones but like the 1770's and 1850's are nice.
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:iconniobesnuppa:
Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2017   Digital Artist
They're not ugly, but they are extremely impractical and quite uncomfortable to wear.
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CourtneyDash Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2017
Ah I see. Okay. Yeah the recent one is extremely uncomfortable. Yet I still wear those dresses. My own wedding dress was like that.
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2017   Digital Artist
I wasn't talking about the recent fashion, I was talking about the 1770's and 1850's. Honestly, pretty much anything between 1500 and 1915 was very uncomfortable to wear, besides Regency fashion.
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CourtneyDash Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2017
Okay. My brain is just fuzzy from planning. Anyway have a great day.
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Wingzoffeather Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't know if you knew this when drawing it, but the 1460's trend of "pregnant belly" was a response to the plague. The sickness killed 1/3 of western Europe. So noble women would wear pillows under their dresses to make themselves look healthy. (Because carrying a baby to term = healthy.) I do agree though, it looks ridiculous now. Also, 1980's could've gotten an entire category in my opinion XD Big gaudy earrings and shoulder pads... The 80's were...special. Good job though! You made me laugh!
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017   Digital Artist
Ah, I see, that makes sense. A lot of fashion trends throughout history started as a response to illnesses. The chokers for instance, became very popular in the late 1800's in order to hide rashes on the neck, and wearing flower garlands on the head came about mainly in the 1500's and 1600's to draw attention away from symptoms caused by certain STDs which were extremely common at the time, or so I've read. Also the slit sleeves that were common during the Renaissance and Baroque era started due to people having slits in their clothing from being in war, it's a little bit strange, hahaha
Yeah, I agree, haha! So many weird trends of the 80's that look more or less alien nowadays. I did debate with myself on weather to focus on the more professional suits with ridiculous shoulder pads and frilly shirts or the weird slack fashion of oversized knitted sweaters with leggings, but in the end I decided to focus on the slack fashion, and the often clashing intense colours of the 80's.
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romenriel Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2017
It's fun to show it like this :D (Big Grin) I think I prefer 1890's the most, but I just can't say what seems to me to be most stupid :D (Big Grin) 
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017   Digital Artist
They're all kind of stupid in their own way, but there is a certain charm to it all. Personally I think the 1830's in this image looks dumbest.
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romenriel Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2017
Yes, I think you're right ;) (Wink) Can I ask which style do you personally like the most? :) (Smile) 
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:iconniobesnuppa:
Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2017   Digital Artist
Out of these ones or just fashion history in general?
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:iconromenriel:
romenriel Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2017
Fashion history in general? Sweating a little... :) (Smile) 
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2017   Digital Artist
Oh, I have many historical decades I like. The 1920's, 1690's, 1740's, 1840's, 1790's, and Tudor era British fashion are all historical fahions I really like.
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Darkkitten2708 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
2010 I'm dying
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017   Digital Artist
*Takes selfie*
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Darkkitten2708 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Lord above YAS 
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Cocoletta Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2017
That's amazing !
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:iconniobesnuppa:
Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017   Digital Artist
Thanks. :)
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GirlWithACatAsAHat Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
All I can think of is "Big booty back in fashion"
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2017   Digital Artist
The 1880's are coming back from the grave!
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Taiya001 Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hahaha very fun!
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:iconniobesnuppa:
Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017   Digital Artist
Indeed!
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Taiya001 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:D
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ToruKun1 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
These fashion trends are all lit tho (that 1780s girl with her tiddies out? A #LOOK)
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Ryusora Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2017
:rofl:
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LastBlues13 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2017
What, no 70s sequined and patterned jumpsuits?? :P I once saw a picture of a 40s girl with hair that Frankenstein's Bride would envy. Seriously. Kinda like the 1850s and the 1890s though ngl. But the 1830s were interesting. The hair from that time period is a sight to behold, too. 
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