7 curiosity about fashion history

7 curiosity about fashion history

7 curiosity about fashion history

7 curiosity about fashion history

That fashion is a world of curious, strange, excessive and random inventions. But there are basic rules that never come to fruition.

Here are seven curiosities that you (perhaps) do not know:

  1. Why is the cuffs have a 'slot not buttoned?
    This feature allows the manufacturer to build the dress and leave a margin of maneuver to adapt it to his customer. This is therefore a signal that indicates the dress manufacturing and its being tailor-made.  
     
  2. Why is c 'is a' slot in the bottom of the shirt?
    Have you ever noticed that at the bottom of the shirt there is a thong that you could define too? That slit is very important for the shirt fit, since, being inside the pants, keeps the shirt in motion.
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  3. Why we are wear accessories?
    Fashion-conscious men are well aware that clothing accessories are often the detail that makes the difference between an anonymous and a personality out-fit. That way you dress is a business casual trend or a more formal classic style, a genuine leather belt, a silk tie or, why not, a quirky bow ties, may be the ideal accessories to enhance your favorite clothing And, if matched with taste, help create different styles. Clothing accessories are therefore needed, some say that they are sometimes more important than the gown itself!
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  4. Why he is writing the monogram on his shirt?
    The true story of the monogram seems to be related to the common characteristics of the men's business shirts. Because of the similar patterns and colors, when they were to wash they often came to confusion, the idea of ​​affecting the initials of their name and surname on them was born.The monogram was therefore tied to an acknowledgment factor. Today, however, is a personal choice of style. However, it must always be discreet and comply with these guidelines: 
    a) Placement: The monogram must not be visible when wearing the jacket, the initials They should be placed on the sleeve or chest;
    b) Fonts and Dimensions: The font should reflect your indole and the size must be small enough to be visible and legible;
    c) Color: discretion is paramount to the monogram, so it is important to use a color that matches the shirt or a darker shade of the same.
     
  5. Why is needful to bbinare metal accessories and pell and?
    For those who ask for there are rules on how to match the accessories, these rules are not very well known and many men are easily mistaken. 
    Metallic accessories: It 'important to match the accessories to other jewelry that you wear regularly. At the same time wearing gold colored cufflinks, steel watch and bronze bracelet shows a messy dress. If you have a metal watch, it's not compulsory to match them both, as well as you do not need to match your wedding ring with the others. 
    Leather: All leather items should be combined as much as possible with each other. The effect of completeness when wearing a shoe and a leather belt is absolutely visible.
     
  6. Are there different types of jackets?
    Jackets have many different stylistic elements depending on the model. Of note, of course, are the pimples, pockets and spacers. 
    For cultural information, we tell you that there are three basic types of bavery: the classic one, the one with the point and the shawl. The rever is an important element in building a jacket because, depending on the model chosen, it determines the shape. There are three models available for the split on the back: the model without the gap, with a single split and double split.
     
  7. Why is not to be closed l 'last button of his jacket?
    There are various theories and anecdotes that try to give an explanation to this curiosity. The most plausible reason is that of the English real label. It is said that Edward VII, king of the United Kingdom at the beginning of 1900, before he ascended the throne already had an important belly circumference. So he was obliged to tie only the first button of the jacket, unable to close it completely. That is why, in order not to embarrass him, all the members of the court began to hold the second button open. Over time, tradition was passed down to becoming the official label. Another version of the story would be the British dandy, who left a piece of open jacket to see the layers of shirts and vests that were carrying. But it is a less well-grounded theory. In modern times, however, three buttons appeared on many jackets. How to behave in this case? Attaching only the central one, leaving the first one open (except some cases depending on the model of the jacket) and the third (always). In any case, these gimmicks have found a very good look from the stylistic point of view, because they make the jacket fall perfectly and the fabric does not appear to be pulled at any point. Some contemporary jackets have a cut that just closes one button.

Fonte: Alto Livello

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