History of swimwear traces the changes in the styles of men's and women's swimwear over time and between cultures, and touches on the social, religious and legal attitudes to swimming and swimwear. In classical antiquity and in most cultures, swimming was either in the nude or the swimmer would merely strip to their underwear.
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1920s Mens Clothing Men's Clothing Vintage Bathing Suits Swim Trunks Fashion 1920s 1920s Style Roaring Twenties Swim Wear Vintage Outfits View this item and discover similar swimwear for sale at - Uncommon Late Mens Jantzen International trunk/ tank swim suit in a knit wear fabric.
From beach to pool, swim trunks continue to be the most popular men's swimwear option. Made with quick-drying fabrics that are lightweight and comfortable, it's no wonder these shorts have become a staple in almost every wardrobe. Swim trunks are a popular choice because of their comfort and ...
By the mid 1920s, the tank suit was becoming more popular, but the trunks were very often covered by a modesty panel. This panel was used on both men's and women's suits, and continued into the 1930s. These bathing suits were made from a wool knit, very similar to the stitch that was being used for sweaters at the time.
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