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The History of Clothing

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Egyptian ClothingNot surprisingly given the hot climate Egyptians wore only light clothing. Men wore a loincloth and a kind of kilt. Women wore dresses with shoulder straps. Clothes were made of…Continue

Men's fashion of the 19th century

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By the early 19th century men's fashions had also undergone a radical change. The coat still finished in long tails at the back but was cut higher in front. The waist-length square-cut waistcoat…Continue

fashion in the 19th century for women

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The influence of national features in dress in Europe had been declining since about 1675 and by 1800, fashionable dress design had become international. The character of the feminine wardrobe…Continue

Materials for indian clothing

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Cotton Cotton is an ancient material for weaving several types of Indian clothes. Lightweight …Continue

 

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The History of Clothing

Egyptian ClothingNot surprisingly given the hot climate Egyptians wore only light clothing. Men wore a loincloth and a kind of kilt. Women wore dresses with shoulder straps. Clothes were made of linen or cotton.Later in Egyptian history clothes became more elaborate and colorful.Egyptian's shaved their hair and wore wigs. Children had their heads shaved to prevent lice (although they usually had a braid left at the side of their heads). It was normal for children to go naked.Most people went…See More
Aug 27, 2015
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Men's fashion of the 19th century

By the early 19th century men's fashions had also undergone a radical change. The coat still finished in long tails at the back but was cut higher in front. The waist-length square-cut waistcoat showed beneath it. The lining of the shoulders and upper chest of the coat was sometimes quilted to improve the fit. In the early 19th century some dandies wore boned corsets to give them a small waist.Gradually men adopted long trousers rather than knee breeches. Trousers became increasingly…See More
Jul 8, 2015
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Men's fashion of the 18th century

 The male suit, also known as the habit, made of three parts: the justaucorps, a jacket, and breeches.In the early eighteenth century the jacket continued to have a full skirt.Fabrics for men were primarily silks, velvets, and brocades, with woolens used for the middle class and for sporting costumes.FootwearIn the…See More
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Clothing of the middle ages for men

Peasant men wore stockings or tunics, while women wore long gowns with sleeveless tunics and wimples to cover their hair. Sheepskin cloaks and woolen hats and mittens were worn in winter for protection from the cold and rain. Leather boots were covered with wooden patens to keep the feet dry. The outer clothes were almost never laundered, but the linen underwear was regularly washed. The smell of wood smoke that permeated the clothing seemed to act as a deodorant. Peasant women spun wool into…See More
Jul 2, 2015
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Fashion of the turn of the century

With the decline of the bustle, sleeves began to increase in size and the 1830s silhouette of an hourglass shape became popular again. The fashionable silhouette in the early 1900s was that of a confident woman, with full low chest and curvy hips. The “health corset” of this period removed pressure from the abdomen and created an S-curve silhouetteIn 1897, the silhouette slimmed and elongated by a considerable amount. Blouses and dresses were full in front and puffed into a “pigeon breast”…See More
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Medieval Fashion

The dress of the two sexes during the 10th century did not change much either. The elegant appearance of the women garments recalls that of the Greek and Roman women. Their dresses were at times so tight as to display all the elegance of their form, whilst at others they were made so high as to completely cover the neck (cottes-hardies). The cotte hardie, which has at all times been part of the dress of the French women, and which was frequently worn by men, was a long tunic reaching to the…See More
Jun 19, 2015
Nikki Pike replied to Fashion Shoppee & boutique's discussion fashion in the 19th century for women
"I Think some fashion in 19th Century is more on long dress or long suits. It was more on conservative way of fashion style."
Jun 18, 2015
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fashion in the 19th century for women

The influence of national features in dress in Europe had been declining since about 1675 and by 1800, fashionable dress design had become international. The character of the feminine wardrobe stemmed from Paris, the masculine from London.Until about 1820 women's dress continued to reflect styles initiated by the French. These fashions, were supposedly based upon the classical dress of ancient Greece. Ladies wore loose, draped, high-waisted gowns in white colors. Women wore a minimum of thin…See More
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I work in fashion
About Me
This is family owned business that has been passed down.
Fashion Industry Experience
We have been open since 2008 and are still in business we have ethnic indian clothing.
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Coach
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pattens and bold colours, high waisted jeans and crop tops

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Men's fashion of the 18th century

Posted on July 6, 2015 at 9:18pm 0 Comments

cd09536c6cc94b2cf7c9f8b781e2cdb3  images (2) The male suit, also known as the habit, made of three parts: the justaucorps, a jacket, and breeches.In the early eighteenth century the jacket continued to have a full skirt.Fabrics for men were primarily silks, velvets, and brocades, with woolens used for the middle class and for sporting…

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Men's fashion of the 1600s

Posted on July 5, 2015 at 12:18pm 0 Comments

At the beginning of the century, those pesky conservative styles were still lingering from the previous era but gradually fashion transformed into a more colorful palette and soft extravagance. Delicate fabrics were introduced that flowed gracefully out from the body and excessive decoration disappeared. Men wore doublets with rounded waists, slashed sleeves with leg of mutton breeches.  And what’s this?  A new non-neck irritating soft falling ruff. …1600's man's fashion

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16th century fashion for men

Posted on July 4, 2015 at 6:02pm 0 Comments

Clothing for men changed drastically during the 16th century. With rivalry between England’s Henry VIII and France’s Francis I, a competition ensued as to who would have the best dressed court. Men dressed in multi-layered outfits with ornate trims and luxurious materials. Shoulders were wide and sleeves were puffy, cuffed and made from contrasting bands of material. The sleeves became the focus of many ensembles for men. Ruffles were seen on shirts as well as embroidery and patterns. The…

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Clothing of the middle ages for men

Posted on July 2, 2015 at 1:47pm 0 Comments

Peasant men wore stockings or tunics, while women wore long gowns with sleeveless tunics and wimples to cover their hair. Sheepskin cloaks and woolen hats and mittens were worn in winter for protection from the cold and rain. Leather boots were covered with wooden patens to keep the feet dry. The outer clothes were almost never laundered, but the linen underwear was regularly washed. The smell of wood smoke that permeated the clothing seemed to act as a deodorant. Peasant women spun…

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