60´s – 70´s approach
2018 Nov 17 By myclothi 0 comment

After World War II, fashion changed almost every year. By the 1960s, the fashion dictatorship of Paris fashion shows was dominated. Since the 1970s, the novelty of the models has been based on unusual combinations, and later fashion has begun to shape the political views or musical tastes of the wearer. Every fashion designer has developed his fashion style, each one has a fashionable approach.

2018 Nov 16 By myclothi 0 comment

The economic crisis meant a new revolution for the 1930s. Short skirts and hairstyles from the 1920s were forgotten almost every day. Once again lost lengths have been achieved. The skirt widened from the waist, the waist raised to its original position and was emphasized by a towel or strap. The elegance of the elongated silhouettes emphasized long narrow sleeves and pointed shoulders. The Alternate System of World War II brought a completely new approach to fashion. Clothes were much more like uniform. For the 1940s, therefore, it was typical square-looking stuffed shoulders, narrow skirts with one or two stowaways….

2018 Nov 16 By myclothi 0 comment

In the period before and during the First World War, a new fashion style emerged. Its base was a straight corset and a long skirt tapering towards the ankles. Unfortunately, in such a sewn dress, women were unable to walk normally, they had to be cupped. [54] Under the skirts, petticoats disappeared, the necklines slowly releasing their neck. After the performance of the Sheherezade Ballet in Paris, the period of heavy brocades of vivid colors, decorated with gold, silver and steel, came to an end. After the First World War, women’s fashion again changed radically. The skirts were shortened to…

La Belle Époque
2018 Nov 16 By myclothi 0 comment

The second Rococo era began in the 1950s. It was a combination of Rococo and Biedermeier. Biedermaier replaced the tourney, a fashion that lost her comfort again. From the 70s of the 19th century, the dress was sewn in two-piece ensembles of coat and skirt. Special clothes were worn for every purpose, and accessories such as handbags, hats and jewelery were a must. From the 1990s onwards, a period that came into history as a “belle epoch” followed. The fashion of these beautiful epochs was based on the previous period, but it was much easier.

From Rococo to Biedermeier
2018 Nov 16 By myclothi 0 comment

Rococo was not much different from the baroque, but the clothing was made from lighter pastel colors or small flower designs. A striking change in fashion was recorded by haircuts. The barracks of the Baroque era were full of fancy ornaments like ship models, bird pens, or jewelry and ribbons. At the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, new fashion emerged in England, much more natural and simpler than French fashion. At first, she was reluctant, but after the Great French Revolution, it was full. But with the proclamation of the Empire in France, new fashion had to come,…

2018 Nov 16 By myclothi 0 comment

Gothic clothing, on the other hand, was characterized by the multiplicity of editing that emphasized the shape of the figure. In the Renaissance period, every European country was characterized by a slightly different culture and its clothing varied. For Italy, where the Renaissance arose, typical clothing was fashionable, Spanish fashion was clamped as Spanish manners, in Hungary clothing was influenced by Turkish culture and dress style, and in the German countries fashion was a combination of French, Austrian and Italian fashion. Baroque fashion, unlike Renaissance fashion, did not have its own unique form in every country. The nobility throughout Europe…

The history of European clothing
2018 Nov 05 By myclothi 0 comment

In the early Middle Ages, when the new empire emerged after the demise of the Roman Empire in Europe, the garment of the lofty layers was very simple. In the period of Romanesque culture, men’s clothing consisted of upper and lower tunics, which had a rounded neckline and scar on the chest, and their length decided on the social status of the owner.