history of the clothe

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  • 13,000 BCE

    prehistory

    prehistory
    During prehistory, the most common garment was the tails, which was a piece of cloth that was passed over the legs was tied to the feel with raw leather. But for some people who lived in that time, the climate was very cold to walk unprotected from the inclemency of the weather, so also the nomadic people used to cover themselves with leather and hides of animals that hunted and with these a kind of tunic was made .
  • -500 BCE

    Greece

    Greece
    underwear was used, except for a strip of cloth that women used to hold the chest, on which a tunic was placed, which could be of two types: the peplo and the chiton. The first is a square woolen cloth somewhat larger than the size of the person, woolen cloth somewhat larger than the size of the person, which, when placed, bends so that on the one hand it is open and fastened to the shoulders .
  • -280 BCE

    EGYPTIANS

    EGYPTIANS
    Egyptian clothing was usually light and comfortable clothing. Being the white linen, the most used for making garments with different qualities, ranging from the most elaborate to other totally smooth. Although wool was widely used, it was used to make coats and trappings for hunting. As for silk and cotton, they began to be used during the Hellenic period of Egyptian culture. It was also a custom to shave the head, especially to avoid lice, a common feature being the use of wigs.
  • -12 BCE

    bizantinos

    bizantinos
    Byzantine clothing became the previous years of the Empire, but it was conservative. The Byzantines liked color and design, and we made and exported them with a rich print, especially silk, woven and embroidered for the upper classes, and resistances and prints for the lower ones. A different border or a cropping around the edges was very common, and many simple stripes on the body or around the upper arm, often indicating class or rank.
  • -2 BCE

    Rome

    Rome
    The Roman toga was a garment that only citizens could wear. ... The clothes of the Roman women consisted of a stole, a long tunic that reached to the ankles, which they put on a basic tunic. On the stole they wore the palla, a kind of mantle or light veil of various colors.
  • 13

    Gothic

    Gothic
    The women tried to disguise the bust using very tight bands which caused the bulging of the belly, creating a somewhat unsightly fashion. In this search for luxury the fabrics used were velvets, linens, silks, cottons; Other materials were brocades and lace, all these things used by both women and men.
  • 16

    Renaissance

    Renaissance
    Undergarments include panties and the shirt in linen or cotton fabrics. The shirt usually has embroidered endings because it was shown through the dress. The rectangular neckline marks the change of verticality characteristic of the Late Middle Ages.
  • 18

    Baroque

    Baroque
    Clothing style is distinguished by its large and very ornate garments and by the use of bright and very striking colors, silk and lace brocades. The women's clothing was more stylized, the front of the skirt was split showing the petticoats. ... The wig was part of the dress.
  • 200

    PALEOLITHIC PERIOD

    PALEOLITHIC PERIOD
    But in the history of fashion, the Romans had their importance; His dress was influenced by other cultures. During middle age the use of robes and togas declines; The men have to use a kind of qualities that cover the legs and that were the general.
  • 220

    MESOLITHIC

    MESOLITHIC
    Ante el avance de los glaciares, el hombre tuvo que refugiarse en las cavernas naturales para poder soportar los crueles fríos que sobrevinieron. Comenzó a utilizar nuevos elementos para la confección de las ropas de abrigo que se vio forzado a vestir. Con astillas pulidas de hueso creó la aguja y cosió sus prendas, con las que llegó a cubrir enteramente su cuerpo.
  • 240

    NEOLITHIC

    NEOLITHIC
    When retiring the glaciers, the primitive man looked for more benign and temperate climates, which allowed him to know and to develop the agriculture, as well as to use the wool of certain animals for the confection of fabrics that replaced the skins.
  • 320

    BABYLON

    BABYLON
    The costumes of the Babylonians and the Assyrians are made up of two garments: a straight-cut tunic with edges trimmed with fringes, sometimes long and other short, candys responses, and a vest decorated with different dimensions.
  • 340

    CRETE

    CRETE
    The Cretan men fit the similarities with the Egyptian, the fact of wearing the naked torso and a kind of loincloth at the waist or subject to a belt.
  • 476

    middle Ages

    middle Ages
    Men used to wear long stockings and tunics. ... The women, on the other hand, wore long dresses with sleeveless tunics and headbands that covered their hair. To protect themselves in winter, men and women wore layers of sheepskin and gloves and woolen hats.
  • 600

    ANCIENT INDIA

    ANCIENT INDIA
    The saree or saree is the most outstanding garment of the traditional feminine dress of India. It consists of a fabric that measures around 5 m in length and 1.2 m in width. ... However, this time the sari also covers the shoulders and head, and is usually red or pink
  • CHINA

    CHINA
    Hay diferentes tipos de vestidos chinos pero los más famosos son el qipao y el changshan, dos de los trajes tradicionales más estilosos que podemos encontrar en la historia del país asiático. En la actualidad, estos trajes están muy bien vistos desde Occidente y suponen un símbolo de nobleza, elegancia y bienestar para los chinos.
  • ROCOCÓ

    ROCOCÓ
    women's and men's clothing were satin, atlas, brocade and lace fabrics, usually in pastel colors. The women's clothing consisted of a bodice with narrow sleeves adorned with cascades of lace and embroidery. ... The vest was short, as were the sleeves.
  • Romanesque

    Romanesque
    They wore their hair to form small snails and then compartmentalized in three radial protuberances: one on each temple and another as a high gingham on the nape. He talks about a giraffe hairstyle, perhaps because he remembers the horns of that African mammal. This arrangement supports wide-brimmed and parabolic canopies, gigantic hats with enormous bows and feathers
  • 20´S

    20´S
    The woman of the 20s, is a modern woman, who enjoys her emancipation and wants to demonstrate it visually through her appearance, which adopts masculine connotations.
    For the first time it is used on short hair, in the style of the word, below the ears, with bangs and sideburns; A very popular hairstyle is the wavy bob, formed with waves to the water.
  • modernity

    modernity
    her outfit, a long black skirt and a white blouse dotted with designs embroidered around the neck and sleeves, Toa Ortega, a 36-year-old architect, says that there are those who believe that the saraguro "has always kept mourning the (indigenous) Atahualpa "and for that reason in the clothes the black predominates.
  • 40´S

    40´S
    The garments have a strong military inspiration; they are mostly composed of two-piece suits in neutral tones, masculinized with shoulder pads. Given the n
  • 60´S

    60´S
    Among the fashions of the 50s we find the dresses fitted at the waist, the skirts below the knee, the armed bras and the high-heeled shoes.
  • 80´S

    80´S
    The style of the 80s impacted by the colors that were very varied, accessories and especially the hairstyles. The most emblematic outfits of the decade were loose and colorful shirts, prints and big shoulder pads, tight pants, vests, straight skirts and miniskirts. Many badges with logos or images were used.
  • year

    year
    the years 2010 have been defined so far by a renaissance of the pieces of clothing of the era of austerity, hipster fashion, neon colors of the 1980s, while from the end of 2012 to 2015, the influence of the fashion grunge and skateboarder of the early 1990s.
  • 2019

    2019
    trend of fashion
    - Shirts and guayaberas in Egyptian linen
    - Shirts made in Pima cotton
    - Colorful pants
  • primitive culture

    primitive culture
    both the men, women and children who lived in cold or humid places, had the need to clothe themselves, people lived in warm places. The prehistoric humans were trying different materials to make their clothes, until they even used the skins of the animals that they hunted, that used the skins of the animals that they hunted in this way they made their primitive clothes with skins of Mammoth, bear, bison etc.