Showing posts with label fashion. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fashion. Show all posts

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Frock coat sees a fashion revival.

In 2010, the frock coat had saw a recent fashion revival. Frock coats are back in style. It has been reported that men wearing frock coats have been sighted in metropolitan areas such as New York City, Paris, Nantes, Plymouth, Birmingham, Nottingham, Oxford, and London of course. The frock coat has seen a fashion revival in men’s fashion.

Ever since the Regency Era of the early 1800s, noblemen and gentlemen whom had a fashionable sense of fashion wore a frock coat with a white undershirt with a necktie intact. The frock coat was very similar to the greatcoat. The frock coat was knee length and the greatcoat was calf length. Noblemen and gentlemen wore frock coats whilst out in public during the Regency Era.

A frock coat was the precursor to the formal modern dress coat. Gentlemen wore the frock coat fully during daytime. Most frock coats had an hourglass figure. A frock coat was considered to be standard business attire and morning dress of the Victorian Era on towards the Edwardian Era. The frock coat was universally worn in Britain, America, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. France too at that. Frock coats were worn into the Edwardian Era of the early 1900s as the Victorian Era came to an unexpected abrupt end. Frock coats were becoming bigger too. Heads of government wore frock coats.

By the 1940s, the frock faced demise. After 1940, it had fell out of fashion. By 1950, the frock coat was all but a fashion accessory from the past. Trench coats replaced the frock coat.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Recent revival of codpieces surfaces.

In the 2010s era, it seems that the codpiece has made a revival in the United States and in countries across Europe. The codpiece has made a return in counter-culture clothing fashion. Especially in Gothic culture. I have seen a recent news stories on the revival of the codpiece from BBC magazine and other newspapers so far. This is not the first time there has been a revival in codpieces! Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver had once attempted to revive codpieces back in the mid-1970s.

Codpieces have made revivals in places such as Medieval Renaissance fairs, Hot Topic, Fascinations, AnimeExpo, ComicCon, AnimeCon, retail stores, and other market festivals that are known to be out there as well. Historian nerds and the otaku have been idolizing this codpiece underground for quite some time now.

Historical clothing called the codpiece was first created and introduced to the continent of Europe in the country island of Crete somewhere in the 1400s.
The codpiece was worn by men who were kings that belonged to royalty such as King Henry VIII. At first the codpiece was only available to royalty in the 1500s. Men wore these tights to cover their legs. Now the tights men wore were nothing like the pantyhose women wear today. Apparently the tights covered the les but not the genitals. So in order to cover their manhood, men began to wear a codpiece.
Right now, codpieces are being sold in specialty clothing stores. So the codpiece is not extremely extinct.

How the Inuit Native American Indian tribe were productive in their textile culture.

The Inuit and Inuvialuit in Canada and coastal Alaska were noticeably recognized as productive people. The Inuit and Inuvialuit in Canada and coastal Alaska were noticeably recognized as the first documented ethnic people to make tailored garments and tailored clothing too at that. Each Inuit region had developed their own styles and tribes people could tell where someone was from by looking at their clothing. In Inuit ancient times, Inuit clothing was used to protect tribes members from weather and from spirits. To this day, Inuit clothing and textile is still popular in Canada and coastal Alaska today.

Monday, August 15, 2016

Wubbing craze takes over the internet!

Wubbing was a new dance craze and fashion that was introduced on The Jimmy Kimmel Live Show of Summer 2014. Wubbing is supposedly a dance that consists of sexual acts by the dancer wearing the wub under the "guise" of dance. Other nasty gestures or acts are performed to say the least in such socially inappropriate gesture of lewdness. Most of these sexual acts performed are considered homosexual in nature. Wubbing requires specific shorts with a wub attached.

The wub is the phallic part in the middle of the wubbing clothing. The wub resembles the male reproductive organ called a penis. You can't do wubbing without the wub. Dances using the wub consists of lewd, foul sexual acts performed to say the least. The wub is attached to a pair of latex brand shorts as wubbing requires specific shorts. It's faux penises (dongs) on bike shorts.

Wubbing was fashion clothing that came and went. Wubbing was a fad that came and went. It never stuck around that much in people's mindsets. After 2014, people forgot about wubbing and went on with their lives only to catch on literally to the next big thing as the world's culture is programmed that way. To sum it all up, wubbing is the gayest fag fad of 2014 and of the 2010s. This form of dance is social degradation.

How the Inuit Native American Indian tribe were productive in their textile culture.

The Inuit and Inuvialuit in Canada and coastal Alaska were noticeably recognized as productive people. The Inuit and Inuvialuit in Canada and coastal Alaska were noticeably recognized as the first documented ethnic people to make tailored garments and tailored clothing too at that. Each Inuit region had developed their own styles and tribes people could tell where someone was from by looking at their clothing. In Inuit ancient times, Inuit clothing was used to protect tribes members from weather and from spirits. To this day, Inuit clothing and textile is still popular in Canada and coastal Alaska today.