History of evening dresses.
For many centuries, the image of an evening dress has undergone various changes. That dress was gorgeous respectable, it possessed an elegant simplicity. In the early 20th century was dominated by the regal gown with deep neckline and corset lace-up. This dress "hourglass" maximum lift and emphasize the breasts, slender waist visually delineated. In place of elegant princess dress, soon came loose dress-shirt. In the 1920s, followed by an elite beau monde of theatrical fashion, the ladies were walking in tight dresses to the knee.
A 1930 - s can be called a period of glamor and luxury, at the peak of popularity shiny satin dress, fashioned on the bias, in combination with diamond necklaces and furs.
Many fashion trends (styles, styles, accessories) at the time, forever preserved and used in the modern fashion evening.Wartime had made their own adjustments to the fashion of evening dresses, minimalist style of the 40s was formed due to the lack of tissue. At that time, have become popular narrow and short skirts.
In the 1950s, once again took the reigns fashion femininity: A lot of magnificent petticoats, wide belt, a modest indoor neckband. That's all the stars looked like on the screen. Already in the 1960s came into fashion a mini, and dresses become the boldest colors with geometric designs. At dinner the woman could easily wear a pantsuit.
In the extravagant 70s dresses are full of a variety of colors and look more like fancy dress. In the 1980s reign of luxury and vulgarity: "Gold" necklace made of artificial stone, huge plastic clips, dress of silver and gold fabrics. 90s can be characterized as a return to retro style: lace, ruffles, flounces and frills.Now, according to the designers, there are all styles and trends in fashion for bridesmaids dresses, complete mixing of the most pressing and fashion trends of all time.
Choosing an evening dress is up to his owner. The dress is capable of striking beauty and innocent modesty, or shock the luxury and sexuality. The main thing - it must have its own charm.