Know The Top Ranked Weirdest Fashion Trends In History That Are Worth Knowing
Trendy fashions are not just what you have discovered today, people years back already have these sense of fashion, and all the same, as it is today, there are also more weird ones that make you go awe with surprise.
Sometimes you see trends of the past coming back to the new generation but they are not too far too old but do you know that some of the weirdest fashion that became popular even started as long as 10th century?
One of the weirdest fashion trends in history is the Lotus Shoes, shaped like the lotus flower that was made popular during the 10th century by the Chinese women. Chopines is another form of women shoes that was known in the 15th to the 17th century used to help women walk on muddy streets while protecting their dress and shoes from it.
During the 18th century many men and women in Europe belonging to the upper and middle classes acquired syphilis that makes them smell, therefore, men used Powdered Wigs and women used Hairpieces to make their hair smell nice. Crackowes is yet another kind of shoes that are worn by men and made popular between the 12th and 15th century that have extremely long toes used to attract women.
Hobble Skirt is the trend that is popular in the 1910’s that came about when a woman wearing a small hemmed skirt was seen hobbling on the plane with her skirt tied around her legs in order not to fly up. Bagel head is formed by injected saline on the forehead to create a strange body modification like a swollen lump and pressed in the middle to create a dent that will last a few hours, and this originated in Canada in 2007.
Corsets are one of the undergarments used by many women in the past, among the layers of clothing that they have, tied tight and fit across their bodice that makes them even hard to breathe, produced still as of today but of a more modernized style and without the tight grip with it. In England, clack teeth were supposed to be an aftermath of decay but then it was made into a fashion that women intentionally dye their teeth black to show that they have money to buy sugar, while in Japan, it is simply a symbol of beauty.
Double jeans, which was made famous not too long ago, is not literally double in essence but then by the looks of it from the upper part it does have two sets of waistband and zips.
There you already did discover more about the weirdest fashion of history.