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The expression “sweater girl” was made famous during the 1940s and 1950s to depict Hollywood entertainers like Lana Turner, Jayne Mansfield, and Jane Russell, who embraced the well known design of wearing tight, perfectly sized sweaters that underscored the lady’s bustline. The sweater girl pattern was not bound to Hollywood and was seen with caution by a few. In 1949 a Pittsburgh police administrator even singled out the sweater girl as a side effect of the ethical decay of after war youth:
“Ladies walk the roads, their bends highlighted by their dresses,” Superintendent of Police Harvey J. Scott said. “In any case, our genuine issue is with bobby soxers. They are the sweater girls—simply kids flaunting their bends and obviously preferring it. What sort of moms and spouses would they say they will be?”
New, delicate textures like cashmere and angora were being utilized to make sweaters. The tapered shape bra, some of the time called a projectile bra, raises and isolates the bosoms. In its unique structure, the look was frequently attached to the advancement of new bra innovation.
Interest in the projectile bra restored after Madonna wore a cone bra during her 1990 Blond Ambition World Tour. The bra was planned by Jean Paul Gaultier who was enlivened by the vintage Perma-Lift shot bra of the 1940s. At that point, the style was viewed as sexual and provocative. The projectile bra has likewise become well known with vaudeville and rockabilly aficionados, the two of which draw motivation from the 1950s.