Women's clothing styles have followed a trajectory over the past 100 years or so from demure, when showing a bare ankle was risque, to today's revealing thongs and minibikinis and see-through clothing--to the great joy of males everywhere. The fem movement seems to encourage more exposure, like bare breasts, after disparaging it in the past.
Where can female fashion go from here? Will, or can, exposing skin play a larger part in ladies' fashions? Or will the pendulum swing back to that suffocating modesty of the past?
I would like to hear opinions from thoughtful women on this matter, as well as their predictions on style in the future. A statistical survey with poll numbers here would be too small, but personal opinions from females would help everyone, I think, arrive at a greater understanding on the present state of Western culture, the direction of popular opinion on nudity, and creativity here in the early 21st Century. Will we see more nudity in the media, on public beaches, and even in the general public, or are we seeing a style cycle that is running its course?
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I don't really have evidence, but I think at some point the "exposed-ness" will peak and it will be popular to wear hardly anything (maybe it's now), and then we will go back until being mostly covered is a trend.
In movies made about the future with space travel and such the women generally wear more clothing, no?0