Thursday, January 31, 2013

Required items in your closet

Hi there,
Each week we will talk about a special topic.And this week:

______Required items in your closet_____

Winter: Required items in your closet.We really need these items ...
Mix and Match items.

Hi how are you?
This week we talk about the items that must be in the closet during the winter season.

I made a collection of stunning items that you should have for the winter season.

I'd love to hear your thoughts,

Have a good and warm day,

Talila.

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Clip - with recommendations ...
 ETSY Leading Designers

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Scarf

The scarf is very necessary item of clothing in winter.The scarf is both stylish and warm.

Here are some examples of cool scarves from a store in ETSY.






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Little Black Dress


We all have at least one little black dress ...
The dress can fit any occasion and everyday life.
It all depends on complementary accessories.

  My warm recommendation for dress:





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LAYOU BY HILA SHARON
                             Very talented designer

For evening appearance you can wear long fashion necklace:  BY









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And black high-heel shoe.
For daily appearance you can wear chic Scarf and Stylish sunglasses.
For daily appearance you can always wear a cardigan  ,and the dress becomes more simple.










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Jeans.

The denim has long ago become like our second skin,But do you know its history?
Jeans have become one of the most worn pieces of clothing in the world. Everybody wears them, from the rural farmer to the urban lawyer and from models to housewives. But why have jeans become so popular. You’ll get many answers. For some people they look cool, for others jeans are simply comfortable.
The story of jeans begins in the city of Genoa, in Italy, famous for its cotton corduroy, called either jean or jeane; the jeans fabric from Genoa (at that time) was in fact very similar to corduroy. During the Republic of Genoa, the jeans were exported by sailors of Genoa throughout Europe. In the French city of Nimes, weavers tried to reproduce the fabric exactly, but without success. However, with experimentation, and through trial and error, they developed another twill fabric that became known as denim, literally "de Nimes". Only at the end of the eighteenth century did jeans arrive in the United States.

THE HISTORY…

The 19th century
In 1848, gold was found in California (not too far from San Francisco)
and the famous Gold Rush began. The gold miners wanted clothes
that were strong and did not tear easily. In 1853, a man called Levi Strauss left his home in New York and moved to San Francisco, where he started a wholesale business, supplying clothes.
A big problem with the miners' clothes were the pockets, which easily tore away from the jeans. A man called Jacob Davis had the idea of using metal rivets (fasteners) to hold the pockets and the jeans together so that they wouldn't tear. Davis wanted to patent his idea, but he didn't have enough money, so in 1872, he wrote to Levi Strauss and offered Strauss a deal if Strauss would pay for the patent. Strauss accepted, and he started making copper-riveted 'waist overalls' (as jeans were called then).
In 1886, Levi sewed a leather label on their jeans. The label showed a picture of a pair of jeans that were being pulled between two horses. This was to advertise how strong Levi jeans were: even two horses could not tear them apart.




How jeans became popular

The 1930's
In the 1930's, Hollywood made lots of western movies. Cowboys - who often wore jeans in the movies-became very popular. Many Americans who lived in the eastern states went for vacations on 'dude ranches' and took pairs of denim 'waist overalls' back east with them when they went home.

The 1940's
Fewer jeans were made during the time of World War 2, but 'waist overalls' were introduced to the world by American soldiers, who sometimes wore them when they were off duty. After the war, Levi began to sell their clothes outside the American West. Rival companies, like Wrangler and Lee, began to compete with Levi for a share of this new market.

The 1950's
In the 1950's, denim became popular with young people. It was the symbol of the teenage rebel in TV programmes and movies (like James Dean in the 1955 movie Rebel Without a Cause). Some schools in the USA banned students from wearing denim. Teenagers called the waist overalls 'jean pants' - and the name stayed.

The 1960's
In the 1960's many, many university and college students wore jeans. Different styles of jeans were made, to match the 60's fashions: embroidered jeans, painted jeans, psychedelic jeans...
In many non-western countries, jeans became a symbol of 'Western decadence' and were very hard to get. US companies said that they often received letters from people all around the world asking them to send the writer a pair of jeans

The 1970's
As regulations on world trade became more relaxed in the late 1970's, jeans started to be made more and more in sweatshops in countries in the South. Because the workers were paid very little, jeans became cheaper. More people in the countries of the South started wearing jeans.

The 1980's
In the 1980's jeans finally became high fashion clothing, when famous designers started making their own styles of jeans, with their own labels on them. Sales of jeans went up and up.

Beautiful pair of jeans:
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