We all know perfectly well that fashion is "lady" changeable. Today, at the peak of popularity, one thing, and tomorrow is completely different, but there are things that from year to year, from century to century will be equally relevant. One of such bases of the wardrobe is a blouse.
Blouse (or frr. "Blouson") - women's clothing made of fine fabric, shirt or light sweatshirts. As a rule, it has sleeves, a collar and buttoned buttons. There are also variations of the blouse: a tunic, for example.
Back in the XIV-XIII century BC. The first progenitors of blouses appeared. Chiton - the so-called this element of clothing - was worn on the naked body and was made of the finest natural materials. The ancient Greeks and Romans carried this "cloak". The northern peoples, in turn, put on similar items under warm fur clothes in the cold season.
Shirts of linen and cotton were worn in ancient Russia. Sewed out of two cloth shirts covered their shoulders and worn over the head. Who would have thought that the present beautiful blouses occurred precisely from these clothes of coarse linen.
Beautiful women's blouses have found their modern look much later. Until the end of the XVII century, this element of the wardrobe was not at all similar to the current one and was worn more often as underwear or part of a home suit. In the nineteenth century, beautiful blouses with embroidery and decoration finally become an independent part of the women's wardrobe. Fashion extends to Europe and America, bypassing distant Russia. In the late 40-ies of the nineteenth century, beautiful blouses emphasized female forms and were decorated with jabots, ruffles and lace. During the Victorian era, blousons were considered unofficial clothing, an element of severity - a collar - was acquired only in the 70s of the same century. In the early twentieth century, blouses with pleating and pleats were especially popular, they were preferably worn for daytime receptions.
If before the end of the 20-ies of the XX century blouses stressed the femininity of figures, then in the 30's the fashion for a man's cut begins. Beautiful blouses became more and more like shirts. In the 50's, Coco Chanel completely changed the style of the blouson, drawing attention to the accent like a bow. Until now, simple silk blouses with bow-shaped decor are in demand and are a stylish element of the wardrobe.
Beautiful blouses, photos of which you can see here, have a lot of varieties. So, for example, a batnik is a shirt that is similar to a man's as a cut, that is also externally. Top - a light summer blouse made of silk or knitwear on thin laces, reminiscent of the top of the combination with a trim made of guipure or lace. Tunic is an extended blouse of free style, sewn mainly from flying natural materials, without buttons and rivets.
In modern fashion blouses are not as popular as they used to be. Now fashion houses prefer to show us variations on the theme of men's wardrobe elements, rather than emphasize the truly feminine beauty. But the classic does not disappear and, regardless of seasonal changes, will always be relevant. Blouse can easily be attributed to the elements of the basic wardrobe of a woman who knows what she wants from life, works and always looks great.