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Attached to the former was a boned half-cup bra: this was the most popular combination for evening wear. A woman could also choose a bra, a garment which was becoming more widely available. A model with or without straps could be chosen, depending on the occasion. The chemise had disappeared. In its place, a slip with straps was worn over the pieces of corsetry, and the corsetry was worn right next to the skin. The waspie was worn with a long, full petticoat in nylon fibre which fluffed out the New Look skirts.
In Australia, the house of Berlei ordered the first anthropometrical study which was carried out by two Page 33 – top left. Sydney University professors and which defined five types of women showing differing morphology. The Thomson American Cage, 1862. Bibliothèque nationale Warner made innovations in cup measurements with the sizes A, B, C and D. The “Garçonne” de France, Exhibition Room of Prints, Oa 20, Paris. (“Tomboy”) became fashionable at the beginning of the 1930s. Manufacturers tried to respect the diversity of figures by offering a large choice of sizes.
15” (“The garters were the colour of their bracelets and were above and below the knee”). Underwear became more confining during the Renaissance. It is possible that bloomers were adopted for reasons of prudishness and hygiene: so bloomers, which ladies chose in luxury fabrics, were designed to be displayed during horse riding or when using the stairs. They were more than a protective garment, becoming a titillating item which enhanced the thighs. Women in the 18th century no longer wore bloomers and were thus nude once more under their multiple petticoats which they revealed, along with their chemise.