The women's fashion

In the Middle Ages, there were the women's fashions, even if they served here more than professional affiliation. In the 13th Century, the Italian city of Lucca is already produced on a large scale silk goods. But already during the Revolution, the English Ladies had a great presentation. The larger cap with a shield in front of the head is back in fashion. The ladies wore this floor-length skirts and coats. After the revolution, the women's fashion changed radically. Corset, hoop skirt and wigs and sleeveless increasingly disappeared, partially transparent robes were more popular with the ladies. White, laced with ribbons around the calves, muslin were now worn too loose hair piled high. The early 1880s came the Empire fashion. The skirts were shorter and in the 1820s, they have already formed an A silhouette in cone shape. At this time, however, repeatedly tried to hide the female body by the Ladies on. As the first couturier Charles Frederick Worth is designated, your fashion house Maison Couture "was built in Paris. Worth was also the one who let his women's fashion show by Manneqins and thus the fashion show was set up.

Women's fashion throughout history

Over the years, always came back a new fashion. We met many different kinds of women's fashion. These include:

Space Look: materials in the paint or glossy design. Hippy fashion: Did the mid-60s from America to Germany. Long skirts, colorful hair accessories, flower decorations and a lot of flares were here "in". As an alternative scene of the 80s and 90s, the Hippikultur counted as a pioneer. Transparent Loock: Also in the '60s came the sexual revolution, here are some simply left the lingerie under their clothes, and the drive something as transparent as possible increased wear. Even with a very tight tights under trousers were "in".

Already in the 50's sat down with the pants for the woman more and more. When production was at that time already taken to ensure that the female body could not be overlooked anyway. The miniskirt came out in the 60s quite large. At the same time was able to enforce the pantyhose, so that more and more garter belt found fewer followers. In 1967 we saw the first "Blue Jeans", which was used over the years, the standard clothing.

In Germany today, only 5% of the clothes sold are also produced himself. Mostly, the fashion comes from the low-price countries such as China, South Korea or India. But despite serious cultural difference is the clothes very well.

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