Fashion Clothing Lifestyle Guide- Part 2

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During the 21st century, dressmaking evolved into product development, variety store evolved into mass merchandisers, and well fashioned production shifted from the use of natural fibres to manufactured fibres to micro fibres. Throughout it all, FASHIONI has maintained programs in the areas of fashion design and fashion merchandising.  Whether you have a flair for design or an interest in merchandising and marketing, you’ll find a best variety dynamic, creative, and challenging fashion. The fashion industry is made up of diverse, team-oriented businesses that depend on people who possess creative ideas, technical skills, product knowledge, high levels of energy, and good business judgment. Fashion has aim to providing you as you require on timely basis.

Garcon Clothing Style it’s a women’s style of clothing, which imitates men’s style. Garcon clothing style appeared in 20s of the XX century on the wave of women emancipation movement. Garcon style implies the use of men’s clothes: pants, shirts, vests, jackets etc., but all these clothes should have men’s cut. It means that clothes should be a little bit over sized as if a woman took it from her man: longer sleeves, broad shoulders, wide pants. Although with the course of time Garcon style evolved to more feminine variants, and later to unisex style. As for the colours dark tones should prevail, but there’s also a place for light tones.

Military Clothing Style clothes with some elements taken from military suits: shoulder straps & epaulettes, patch-pockets & lacing, two rows of buttons etc. Main colours of this style also come from military suits: all shades of green, gray and sandy colours, khaki.

Derby Clothing Style it’s a jockey clothing style. The style took the name of the English lord Derby, who was a great fan of racehorses.  Derby style replicates jockeys clothes to this or that extent. Depending on where this outfit is supposed to be displayed its being adapted accordingly to look nice and preserve the original idea of the style.

Safari Clothing Style this style appeared in 60s as a style for travelling. It takes some elements from tropic military uniform: all the colour tones of the sand and a great amount of patch-pockets. The main attribute of safari style is a light round hat with narrow fields.

Colonial Clothing Style this style resembles safari style a lot, but it has more retrospective motives. In colonial style the preference is given to white colours and thin materials. It’s easier to understand what it is when you see it.