Kinds of blouses for women
Many girls believe that the only feminine element of the wardrobe is a dress. However, this opinion is wrong because a blouse can destroy all social stereotypes. This element of wardrobe appeared in the 19th century when it was necessary to divide the traditional Egyptian clothing of women to the top and bottom. Women began to experiment, combining a blouse with different skirts. Subsequently, this clothing has become extremely fashionable and is popular. The blouse is the most versatile outfit in the women's wardrobe. Women can choose a simple, monochrome blouse for a business suit, and they can choose a bright original blouse for the celebrations.
The blouse is a type of women's shoulder clothes that is worn with a skirt or trousers. The blouse firmly came into fashion at the end of the XIX century, and now it occupies one of the leading places in the wardrobe of every woman.
Blouse makes it possible to change style often, even several times a day. It has many unique practical advantages. The blouse is easy to use. It allows women developing their imagination, improving their tastes, looking for new, interesting constructive and color solutions in combination with a skirt, jacket or trousers. Despite the constantly changing fashion trends, the blouse, thanks to its universality, never loses its popularity. Modern women are impressed by the free cut, comfort, and originality.
Depending on the type of fabric and style, women's blouses are divided into:
casual (sports and business style);
classic (romantic and elegant style);
party (fantasy style).
The type (pattern, structure, composition) of the fabric is determined by the fashion standard adopted in this season.
The type of fabric is determined by the following parameters:
fiber composition (for example cotton, linen, wool, natural or artificial silk);
the interlacing of threads (linen, satin, jacquard);
pattern and color of the fabric (for example dyed fabric, with a geometric pattern, flowery);
dressing fabric (for example gloss, stamping).
The styles of women's blouses are decisively influenced by:
the design of both the entire blouse and its individual elements (collar, neckline, sleeves);
type of fastener and its placement;
the use of decorative elements (for example stitches, pockets, straps, ruffles, folds, tucks, etc.).
Casual blouses of sports and business style are made from lightweight, breathable fabrics which are practical to wear and easy to wash. For example, they are poplin, pique, muslin, and viscose. They can be made from smooth, one-color fabrics, as well as from fabrics with a pattern.
Being straight in silhouette, these blouses are comfortable and modest. They may have a turn-down collar, a stand-up collar or a tie collar, preferably with a front fastener. Sleeves can be short or long, depending on the season.
The traditional sports blouse has the appearance of a men's shirt. It is a blouse with a stand-up collar, long sleeves, and a cuff. In the blouses for everyday usage pockets, hems, strap, stitches, folds, and tucks are used. Necklines, draperies, and ruffles arent used.
Elegant blouses of classical and romantic style are characterized by a business style and cut. They are distinguished from the blouses of other styles by the original design of the sleeves, collar or other elements.
There are two main types of women's blouses:
the simplest ones are without a fastener, but with a front notch of various configuration, without a collar, without sleeves or with short sleeves like in kimono;
shirt-type blouses they are made with a collar, front fastener, and set-in sleeves.
All other models are derived from these two main ones.