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Military designers did not come up with – the style originated by itself. After the First World War, all sewing enterprises were set up to sew a military uniform. Funds for the production of civilian clothes was not. People wore army suits in everyday life. Military uniforms were altered – women’s dresses and children’s clothes were sewn from it.
In the 60s of the last century, the American youth put on camouflage – in protest against the bloodshed in Vietnam. Fashion designers have noticed that such clothes are comfortable and stylish. Celine, Prada, Dior, Vuitton and other famous designers demonstrated outfits with elements of military paraphernalia at haute couture shows.
Three directions of military style Continue reading
Loafers – comfortable shoes without buckles on a wide heel. They resemble classic shoes, only less strict. Sometimes they are called moccasins – this is not true. The top of the shoes gently fits the foot, but this shoe has a hard sole and heel, which is not in moccasins.
History of lofters
Shoes with a rounded toe and long tongue were worn by English sailors. About the sailors then formed an opinion as loafers, because they spent a lot of time in the pubs of port cities. Slacker in English sounds like a “loffer” – hence the name shoes.
In the twentieth century, women began to wear loafers. In 1957, shoes appeared on the big screen – they were worn by the heroine Audrey Hepburn in the movie “Funny Face”. Shoes without heels wore an icon of Grace Kelly style. In the 21st century, female models with heels appeared. Continue reading
“Casual” means “casual” or “casual.” Casual clothes for women are suitable for everyday wear: for work, study, shopping or for a walk. These are practical, convenient things which do not constrain movements.
The casual style for women includes elements of different styles:
classic, business, sport, military,
folklore, safari, romantic, youth.
The casual look looks a bit careless, but neat and harmonious.
The origins of casual style Continue reading