Guide style of dress
History: In English the "smock" - decorating the frills. Most often, this dress with high waistline and the bottom free, decorated with ruffles.
Suitable for: great for cocktail dresses. Is popular with pregnant and full of girls: the model is elegant and freely sitting on his stomach. Also, a style suitable for tall girls.
History: To dress silhouette is characterized by free, devoid of the breast line, waist and hips. Cristobal Balenciaga in 1957 published a free dress to the knee, but it did not inspire the public, given the popularity of fitted silhouette and the "new look" of Christian Dior. But in the 60's style appreciated.
Suitable for: This version of casual clothing for young women, who lead a dynamic life and fits all types of figures. Only small stature girls is desirable to choose a dress above the knee, contrary to the high - below the knee.
History: The prototype of the dress is plain robe, but the popularity it has gained in the 50 years after the movie "Baby doll", where the heroine wore short dresses with ruffles and lace. Usually, this mini-dress made of light fabrics free cut with a high waist and adorned with ruffles, frills or lace.
Suitable for: This model is better to wear the young girls and young women. So it is one of the most popular models on the prom.
History: This is a dress with a voluminous, "inflated" the bottom. In 1951, Cristobal Balenciaga, surprised everyone with his new creation - the dress-cylinder, reversing the usual silhouette of a woman's dress. Suitable for: This model is an excellent hide protruding belly and full hips, but also on the slim girls, this model will sit perfectly.
History: The style came from the ballet and consists of a slim top and a fluffy skirt sewn of several layers of tulle and guipure. In fashion, the model entered in the '80s after the release of the Madonna video "Like a Virgin", and it made a real hit, Sarah Jessica Parker after the TV series "Sex and the City."
Suitable for: dress suit girls with shapely legs, and perfectly fluffy skirt will hide wide hips.
History: Dress T-shaped silhouette, with wide hands, with the smell and no buttons have successfully adapted from the national dress of Japanese women in the current global trend.
Suitable for: dresses, kimonos, thanks to its design, suitable for any type of figure.
History: free cut dress that came from ancient Greece. Tunic worn by both wealthy and poor citizens, which is known for quality fabrics, the presence of decorations and finishes. In the 60s a new life hippie tunic presented and secured the success of Yves Saint Laurent, presenting it in its collection.
Suitable for: tunic suit women with different complexion, since it is not fitting shape, but retains the feminine silhouette.
History: Coco Chanel in 1916, makes the shirt in a dress that was a real challenge in the era of crinoline and corsets. In the 50s, Christian Dior added to the shirt and full skirt with a leather belt at the waist, and in the 80 model modernized dresses Yves Saint Laurent broad shoulder line, a belt and a narrowed waist. Suitable for: Thanks to its versatility, dress shirt fits any type of figure and fits perfectly both in everyday and business fashion.
History: In 1926, Coco Chanel came up with the legendary little black dress, which became the prototype of the dress-case. In 1928 he became an independent style, at the same time getting the term "sheath dress." The peak of popularity of the dress fell to the 30s - thanks to its versatility in times of crisis, and in the 60s - after the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's."
Suitable for: Due to the simplicity of cut suitable for all figure types.
History: In 1972, Diane von Furstenberg forever inscribed his name in the history of fashion, releasing a wraparound dress. It was a dream dress: it hides figure flaws, gave freedom of movement, and it was incredibly feminine.
Suitable for: dress suit owners of lush figure: with V-neck shape visually stretches and stresses the chest, waist visually reduces the waist, hips and bottom balances.
History: The term "shift" means a "shift" or "moving". Short steady dress with simple lines has become a symbol of the shift in the culture and the free youth of America 50-ies.
Suitable for: The dress is suitable to any type of figure and fits perfectly into the active wardrobe girl.
History: Pantaloons - a richly embroidered trousers of the French bourgeoisie of the XVI century and in the XX century suffragists began to wear them as a sign of sexual equality. Modern dress kyulot resembles an ordinary suit, the difference being that the lower part has a very free and contours of the skirt. Suitable for: dress-kyulot skillfully hide wide hips and accentuate the waist.
History: Dress Author - legendary Cristobal Balenciaga. Dress quickly gained popularity, firmly established in the evening and wedding fashion, and still do not give up its leading position. This silhouette is also known as "year", "Mermaid" or "fish".
Suitable for: tube dress suitable type of shape "hourglass" as well as a figure with a thin waist and wide hips.
A Dress - silhouette
History: This is a common criterion dresses, the outlines of which resembles the letter "A", where the expansion cards can start at the waist, shoulders or chest. Such term in vogue due entrenched Christian Dior, represented in the spring 1955 godu collection called A-line collection.
Suitable for: This dress cleverly hides the flaws and therefore suitable girls with any type of figure.
History: In an evening dress dress combination is required to actress Jean Harlow, which first appeared in a flowing dress with thin spaghetti straps. One of the legislators style dresses-combinations became Calvin Klein, his experiments made popular dress, and even a cult. In popular culture dress popularized by Madonna, Kate Moss and Michelle Pfeiffer ( "Scarface").
Suitable for: no limitation on the type of figure not only the leadership of interior comfort.
History: It is a modern hybrid of T-shirts, which was originally part of the underwear, and then migrated to sportswear. Dress straight silhouette and usually sewn from lightweight jersey. Suitable for: The dress has a slim silhouette, so all will be spectacular looks on the girls with type figure "rectangle" or "hourglass".
History: An elongated sweater knitted by their appearance obliged wives Scandinavian sailors who accompanied their husbands to the sea, put on a warm sweater for men. For many years, such clothing was considered only home and only recently sweater dress caused a genuine interest in fashion.
Suitable for: Thanks to the free silhouette is suitable for all figure types.
History: In the XVIII century, the prototype of the sundress was popular among peasants, and it was worn over a shirt, as a kind of apron. Direct sundress straps appeared in the nineteenth century, and in a hundred years classic version - the bodice with a skirt.
Suitable for: Sundresses tend to cut free, so special requirements to the figure no.
Text: Nick Egorov