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?Underwear through the ages: Video wholesale Plus Size Lingerie shows how lingerie has evolved over the past 100 years, revealing each decade's top trends, from baggy briefs to lacy leopard print

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Long before Victoria's Secret Angels were strutting down the catwalk in teddies, bras and garter belts, women's lingerie styles made much more of a statement about the social and economic changes of the time - and sometimes used as political statements.

A new video, which was created by Mode and stars model Arianny Celeste, charts the evolution of lingerie over the past 100 years, beginning in 1915, when modest closed-crotch drawers were considered a sign of sexual availability, to the present day, where almost anything goes.

And while you will be hard-pressed to find a woman who considers the baggy white knickers worn in the early twentieth century to be the epitome of seduction, the video does show that many of the lingerie styles of previous decades are still beloved today.

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Covered up: A new video charting the evolution of lingerie over the past 100 years starts in 1915 when women typically wore modest one-pieces featuring closed-crotch drawers

Actually taboo: While the look seems demure, in the early twentieth century, a woman wearing closed-crotch drawers was a sign of sexual availability and independence

In the pre-Victorian era women wore open-crotch drawers because men were the only ones who donned a closed-crotch at the time.

While crotchless underwear might seem like the sexiest lingerie a woman can wear based on today's standards, back then, the style was actually seen as old-fashioned.

In 1915, a woman wearing closed-crotch drawers was a sign of sexual availability and independence.

In the book An Intimate Affair: Women, Lingerie, and Sexuality, Jill Fields explains that in 'the early twentieth century, women increasingly wore shorter, closed-crotch drawers as they struggled and won the right to vote, and sought to share public space with men, assert their sexual desires and engage in waged labor'.

Added touches: Lingerie was very soft and delicate during the 1920s, often featuring feminine details such as lace or ribbon

In the 1920s women were freer than ever and under garments were no longer binding or made to create an hourglass figure as designers created boyish, androgynous styles that skimmed - but never clung - to the female physique.

Flapper dresses were all the rage in the Roaring Twenties, which had a dramatic effect on lingerie. Comfort was key and silky slips were perfect for the fashion of the times because they were undetectable when worn underneath straight fitting ensembles.

And while its shape hid curves, the lingerie style favoured during the 1920s was very soft and delicate, often featuring feminine details such as lace or ribbon.

In the boudoir, satin slips were paired with equally silky robes, a bed bonnet, and possibly even a long strand of pearls.

Busting out: In the 1930s, pointed busts were all the rage, so women increased the demand for figure-forming undergarments

Loose fit: When it came to underwear, tap pants, or lingerie shorts, were popular during this time

A decade later the bust was back in demand and it was during the 1930s that the word 'brassiere' was shortened to bra.

The bra industry started to rapidly grow during this era, and in 1932 the S.H. Camp and Company correlated breast sizes with letters of the alphabet, a system that is still used in many countries around the world today.

Meanwhile, adjustable bands with hooks also debuted and helped revolutionize the lingerie industry, which was experimenting with elastic and padding.

At this time, pointed busts were all the rage, so women increased the demand for figure-forming undergarments. When it came to underwear, tap pants, or lingerie shorts, were


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