1940s and 1950s

During World War II, women entered the workforce in large numbers to fill roles left vacant by men serving in the military. This period saw increased practicality in women’s clothing, including adopting trousers for specific occupations. However, after the war, traditional gender roles were reinforced, and women were expected to return to more “feminine” attire.


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