The history of the dress
The dress has been a woman’s wardrobe’s wardrobe since antiquity, and has evolved over time as materials and tastes have diversified. In ancient Egypt, dresses were made especially of cotton or in and they were clinging over their shoulders with some belts. Over time, they have become increasingly sophisticated and colorful. Women of ancient Egypt also wore jewelry and used extravagant make-ups as well as sophisticated hairstyles or wigs.
In ancient Greece, despite the mild climate, women covered almost the entire body.
The dresses of the inferior women were made of wool, while the expensive dresses worn by the wives or daughters of the aristocrats were of cotton or silk.
The shape of the ancient Greek dresses was rectangular, with head and arm holes, and around the waist were tied with a shoulder or cord.
Middle Ages meant a step back in terms of elegance and quality dresses, the materials being coarse, usually wool or hemp (except where elegance and richness of the Byzantine Empire clothing persist and even thrive), but since sec. XIV nobility recovers rapidly in terms of the diversity and extravagance of the female outfit. The idea of a corset still appears.
We could say that until now the main trends and tendencies in the field of elegant dresses have been exhausted, maybe that is why we are seeing more and more the return of some models and motifs encountered in the past centuries or even tendencies taken from popular or ethnic clothing.
It remains to be seen if in the future new materials will really put their mark on fashion, also generating new designs, as we now see in SF films, or if classical materials (silk, cotton, fur etc.) continue to be preferred.
The mini dress is an extremely sexy piece of clothing that highlights the body of the woman.
When you want to wear mini or micro, you have to take into account some golden rules: if your legs are uncovered, the top should be as covered, more stylish and stylish as possible.
The sweater dress looks exceptional, besides the vogue dresses, which have won the fashion of the street, the mini dresses are also remarkable, especially if they are worn in carefully constructed outfits. Before you know the summer trends in mini dresses, you have to remember one of the main rules of a successful outfit: put yourself in the spotlight. Considering that a mini dress reveals your legs, it is best to avoid mini dresses with too deep tears, with cuts that leave too much skin on sight or from too transparent materials. Here are the trends in short dresses and how you can wear them.
Asymmetries are one of the main trends of this summer. The asymmetries do not only refer to the so popular “train” in 2012, but also to uneven sleeves, fallen struts or uneven cuts. Train gowns can be worn both in day and evening dresses, depending on the preciousness of the fabric, but one shoulder dresses are much more suited for the evening.
Very short dresses that have a mulled look can sometimes look pretty vulgar if they are not assorted in a carefully selected outfit. A too high heel, too bright a strap or too extravagant makeup can offer the mini dress exactly the cheap look you do not want. If you like short dresses but avoid them just for these reasons, you can give up the molded dresses, instead choose some with an easy cut, which are much easier to match and to wear, looking as good in both stylish outfits as and casual ones.
If, for a long time, lace has been one of the typical evening dress materials, here’s the last seasons that designers have been able to bring lace in day dress. It still offers a sensual, feminine and delicate look, remaining one of the favorite dresses for evening gowns, but if you adore lace, you are no longer forced to wear it just for special events. The difference is given by the dress model, the lace fineness and the details on the dress. In both mini dresses, lace, evening and day dresses, the most suitable accessories are the delicate ones that do not eclipse the dress. If you prefer the more daring outfits, you can choose a lace mini dress with a lighter cut and contrasting accessories (boots, fringe bags, denim jacket or leather jacket) to carry your outfit in a rock or boho chic area .