The shirt as underwear, undergarments, shirts established relatively recently. As slowly and painfully long developed a new attitude of people to the culture of life and health.
The most ancient “ancestors” shirts can be attributed to the tunic. He was already in the XIV-XIII centuries BC Tunic had the look of the shirt, but the ancient Greeks, he served as outerwear, only wore it right on the naked body.
The ancient Germans and other peoples who lived to the North, before the others felt the need to ispadnem. Already in the third century B.C. they are under outer garments bore the likeness of a linen shirt. The Romans adopted from the “barbarians” this item of clothing together with pants.
Tunic of wool Continue reading
Do not hide a large chest
Many women with puffy Breasts trying to hide her shapeless robes. This is a mistake. Great things only increase the volume and make the bulky figure. Large Breasts do not need to hide her need to emphasize. Screen stars such as Salma Hayek and Anna Semenovich not hide curvy shape, but quite the contrary – picked clothes to file a bust in the most favorable light and to emphasize her femininity.
Fashionable and elegant
What you need to know women with big Breasts to find a beautiful, fashionable clothes and look stylish and attractive?
The first step is the choice of underwear. This is very important. Good support bra with wide straps 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