Men's clothing would not go through very much obvious change for decades to come yet, but women's clothing would, and did.
The first and most obvious change was a narrowing of the silhouette. This time though, it was not by restricting the body to the hips in a corset, but by removing the many layers underneath, and raising the hemline to the top of the foot. Corseting was not as crushingly tight, and with the raising of hems to above the floor, women had a level of freedom of movement that they hadn't had since the beginning of the previous century. Also, both sleeves and collars were being made up in less restricting styles, so more freedom was gained up above, as well as below.