Traditional clothing of China
Speaking about traditional Chinese clothing, it is necessary to remember, first and foremost, about hanfu. Since ancient times, the Chinese wore the so-called clothing of the Han people (the name of the people came from the Han dynasty), i.e. hanfu.
Now these clothes can be seen in Chinese series about ancient times. All attempts to restore the tradition of wearing this garment even in China itself perceived as appealing to Japanese culture, because hanfu, very similar to the Japanese kimono. This is not surprising, because the tradition of making and wearing Japanese clothing, like much else, was in his borrowed time in China V-VII centuries, during the reign of the Tang dynasty. Later, in a more stable Continue reading
The skirt is a piece of clothing that covers the lower part of the body, from the waist to the bottom. Some modern skirt no bigger than the palm of your hand, and looks more like a loincloth, while on the skirts of the past centuries have gone to several tens of meters of fabric. To this amount of fabric to put on the fashion required a rigid frame that is why there are various devices for skirts. Fashion and technology are always side by side, feeding each other ideas and innovations, and therefore the shape of the frames vary from era to era.
First, the time frame was panier. Although frameworks for skirts existed before the eighteenth century. but the design panier Continue reading
Today, the skirt is traditionally considered women’s clothing. Though the struggle for gender equality has led to the fact that women earned the right to flaunt in pants, men for some reason are not trying to infringe on women’s closet and dress up in skirts. May be because the legs of the men mostly curves and hairy? It’s their business. However, wearing skirts, it was not always exclusively a woman’s prerogative. This article of clothing was his own way of life.
Today the site of Stylish Thing will tell you the story of the skirt.
The history of skirts from ancient times to the present day
Originally skirt was not a sign of sexual differences. For example, in Ancient Continue reading