Sets in the list brings together the main coats of fashion history: trench coat, parka and more.
Winter has already shown that came and took their coats from the closet these past few weeks-as far as possible to the Brazilian standard, of course. And, with the approval of the weather, we observe the change of clothing on the streets, which now allows great diversity of parts to ward off the cold.
Among these pieces, we list the five types of coat are timeless and that integrate the list of classic items of fashion history. What’s great is to note that virtually all of them originated in the military, underwent a series of transformations over the centuries and, today, since the most basic looks complement even the most stylish. Brrrr!
The name “Cardigan” originates from the British general James Thomas Brudenell, the Earl of Cardigan, who led an army in the Crimean War (region of Ukraine) in 1854. And the sweater that the soldiers used to protect himself from the cold front has become one of the most classic items of fashion history.
Over the years, the Cardigan has been hit between golfers and students, but who consecrated as fashion item was Coco Chanel in the years 1920. Avant-garde, French designer Always introduced the Cardigan in feminine wardrobe, combining it with skirts.
Today, the play appears in different materials like wool and lighter fabrics, and may keep the classic pattern or integrate looks full of personality. In this case, the patterned and colorful are successful, turning what was known as “Cardigan for Grandpa in desire of fashionista.
The trench coat was created by Thomas Burberry, founder of the traditional British fashion house Burberry, for soldiers of the first world war – and its details, such as belts and purses, initially served to store grenades and lanterns.
Although utilitarian footprint and masculine, the piece can highlight also the female body and very soon became Darling Cabinet item them. Who does not remember the scene of George Peppard and Audrey Hepburn kissing in the rain in “breakfast at Tiffany’s” (1961), both using trench coat?
They have everything and boost the trend of militarism. Coats they’re robust, full of pockets and inspired by uniforms of soldiers-although the original version was created by Eskimos.
The parka became symbol of the mod movement in the years 1960 in London, but resurfaced on the international runways in recent seasons and, here in Brazil, the piece comes in looks of guys fond of fashion.
Investing in hit is simple: simply coordinate the coat – which, generally, is in military green-with good parts for women so that the look is not too rough. Bet!
One of the theories of emergence of the blazer, which would have been around the year 1937, credits the piece to the British Navy. But the truth is that the blazer is one of the most democratic of coats fashion history and was once the darling of closet rockers, students, executives and so on.
The piece is pure versatility and can be used in formal and also looks in modern productions, combined with other more casual items. In the female, the piece looks gives a healthy-looking broken “girlie”, giving it a good dose of elegance.
The popularization of the sweater in the 20th century also had “finger” of Coco Chanel, who made models of Jersey and took the part of the working class to the wealthy.
The closed coat dresses of children to grandparents and is also strong reference to school uniforms.
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