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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Dressing through the ages!!!

On Friday 13th of July, we had a brilliant half day down at the fancy dress/ party shop called Bustles and Breeches. The team at Bustles and Breeches were fantastic. We told them we were looking for certain changes in fashion from as far back as Shakespeare!! First up was Shakespeare himself!!

He was followed by a posh Victorian woman and street urchin!

Step back boys - then entered our suffragettes!!!

We then slid into the 1920's.. here are some flapper dresses and gangstas!!!

This was followed by our tribute to World War 2 and land girls...


We then saw what the poor children in the 50's had to wear to school!


The world became chaos and colour in the 60's and 70's!!!

Followed by some pretty crazy pop idols...


All in all, we had a brilliant time discovering fashion through the ages!!


  • Harkirat 3 months ago
    I look fabulous in my gangster suit and my 60s and 70s suit I enjoyed reading it and miss year 5

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