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According to London's Victoria and Albert Museum , while pockets in menswear were often sewn directly into garments like they still are today , women had to get crafty and wrap a sack with a string around their waists and tuck it way under their petticoats. The purse-like items were much harder to access, though, than pockets or purses.
Back then, women wore a gown with a petticoat or skirt ; underneath that was an under-petticoat ; and underneath that was a shift.
It was basically like having two fanny packs that you couldn't get too easily on either side of your skirt — very flattering. Also, another major improvement: Slits in women's dresses offer them access to their hanging pockets under their dresses and whatever those pockets may contain.
If you were a woman of money and if you had pockets, you probably were , then they could contain anything from a pincushion to jewelry to cakes. We can only imagine how many cakes could fill one at a time. Remember when everyone started wearing skinny jeans and then all the pockets disappeared?
Well, that basically happened in the s too, when the silhouette of popular dresses slimmed down into a more Grecian-inspired silhouette, leaving no room for internal "pocket" pouches at all.
Think of the neoclassical dress. It's straight up and down. The line of the clothing changes completely. So the purse was born. Reticules , as they were called, were minuscule bags that women carried in their hands rather than on their hips.
As the century ticked on, they became more elaborately decorated, just like pockets had the era before. They also became a status symbol, since the bags weren't nearly large enough to carry any money, and well-to-do women tended to leave all the money-handling to men. Large reticules were looked down on because they symbolized that a woman worked and couldn't just stay home, like, sewing handkerchiefs and sipping tea or something.
In the mid- to lates, women started to rebel. According to the Victoria and Albert Museum , dress patterns started to include instructions for sewing pockets into skirts if you felt like being an independent woman. And by that we mean that women finally got pants that fucking worked, and by that we mean they had pockets. But then, somewhere in the middle of the post-war s, fashion had a crisis. Could there be trousers for women? How would they look? How would they be shaped? So that awful feeling when you put on a pair of pants and discover, to your horror, that there are no pockets?
Your mom probably relates to that too. Over the course of the century, some pants for women had pockets, while some didn't at all. Consider this quote from esteemed designer Christian Dior in , reported by the Spectator , "Men have pockets to keep things in, women for decoration. The '70s and early '90s brought a period of relief when women dressing in menswear or menswear-inspired pieces became trendy.
Oh, and if you're wondering what the men were up to that whole time:
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