The history of things stores many interesting, unusual and, sometimes, funny facts about a variety of things and events. And lingerie is no exception. Here, for example, the intimate detail of underwear – the garter owes its popularity to the English king Edward III. How it was?
In chivalric novels and in historical chronicles, an incident happened in 1348 at a ball in Windsor Castle with one high-born lady. Some call her Countess of Kent, others claim that she was Queen Philip, and still others attribute the incident to Countess Salisbury. Continue reading
Men’s underpants are the most necessary part of the wardrobe. If a shirt can be replaced with a T-shirt, and pants with shorts, then underwear is irreplaceable by anything, unless, of course, you are ready to completely refuse to wear underwear. The well-being and even the health of a man depend on the quality of tailoring, the composition of the fabric and the convenience of style. Studies have already shown the influence of the style of cowards on the reproductive function, so their choice should not be neglected.
Fortunately, today the services of the stronger sex have a huge assortment of diverse models. The best brands of men’s underwear offer beautiful and high-quality products that can be purchased in company stores, stationary retail outlets, as well as online. Continue reading
Ideas about the ideal figure of the fair sex have changed over the centuries. And, accordingly, women’s underwear regularly changed: the history of the appearance of these elements of the wardrobe begins even from the times of Ancient Rome and Greece. Unlike modern flirty weightless models, antique underwear often caused discomfort and even pain, but first things first.
UNDERWEAR – HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN
It is impossible to give an exact answer to the question of when lingerie appeared, but it was established: it was known in ancient Egypt. In those days, panties were strips of fabric, skipped between the legs and attached to the belt, and the prototypes of modern bras were fabric flaps or leather ribbons. In ancient Rome and Greece, women wore tunics on their Continue reading