Evening dress style inventory

  1. Ancient Greece

The earliest beginning of the dress should be traced back to the ancient Greek period, in clothing the ancient Greeks like to use clothing to show the beauty of the human body, do not give the clothing too much tailoring to limit the shape, the freedom of a piece of cloth to the fullest, is through a simple rectangular fabric, through the cloak, winding, pins, straps and other basic ways. Simple, free and elegant.

An important feature is pleating, which utilizes the fabric's drape Using the drape of the fabric and the slant of the warp and weft yarns, the naturally formed pleats are interpreted in different ways, showing a beautifully smooth and undulating effect, and if at the hem of the skirt, it can also produce an ethereal sense of immortality as it walks around, together with the intertwining or hanging maneuvers to embody the intermingling with the human body. There is also the knot wrapped around the waist, 0.618 of the golden ratio, to meet the people at that time for the pursuit of standard beauty.

  1. 16th century European dress

During the Renaissance, a pattern of corsets with skirt supports began to appear

  1. Baroque

The baroque wave of lace-covered exaggerated sleeves like the aristocrats began to sweep through the European society with the beginning of the wrap around the chest and waist. Attached to the background of classicism filled with the atmosphere of flamboyance. Gothic Sleeve shape in the retro details penetrate the modern, the color is also used in bright colors, so that people are like being in a grand Court Dance will be in that performance of that period in the film and television works can often be seen.

Baroque style Baroque fashion emphasizes the lower half of the body, and strives for versatility. Slightly fluffy skirts combined with ruffles and trimmed lace exude a gentle, romantic flavor. The use of smooth, lightweight satin provided a unique sense of nobility. The high cost and status symbols of the time also made these court dresses exclusive to the aristocracy at this time.

Time back to the 18th century, this time in France during the period of Louis XIV, aristocratic luxury, wealth, splendor is about to reach its peak, the dress at this time also came, even now is still very popular --- Rococo. Rococo Rococo.

  1. Rococo

Its style is slender, delicate, flamboyant, and elaborate, and about the Rococo style The most iconic point of the Rococo style should be the bow, in the court at that time, no matter where, from the wig to underwear, from the long skirt to the cuffs, everywhere is the figure of ribbon bow, playful and lively. It was even more exquisite on the original basis. Which is very popular even now.


  1. English Rustic

British industrial revolution period of British art style is also more inclined to the idyllic, the pursuit of a do not want any false ornaments, the original, simple and natural beauty, women's clothing to the Romantic style towards the increasingly perfect corset to increase the circumference of the skirt, once again so that the skirt into a large bell-shaped.

  1. Napoleonic Imperial Dress

Imperial dresses were essentially high-waisted, with no emphasis on a thin waist; the waistline of the skirt was usually at the lower bust and was not bunched up very thinly; and the skirt was very small, with almost no pleats. Women's dresses in the imperial era were simply decorated, with no piles of lace and essentially only very small embroidered patterns, and at one point in 1790-1810 even plain, completely unadorned skirts were popular. Long-sleeved dresses were worn indoors at home, while short-sleeved dresses were worn with gloves, shawls, and other accessories. There were also no more skirt supports.

  1. Krilorian skirt

Originating in Italy, the creolon dress is one of the most widely recognized images of dresses in everyone's mind.

This skirt not only inherited the Baroque and Rococo sense of curves and decorative, and appear more gorgeous and beautiful, set off the female waist and full breasts, appearing to be "convex and curved", skirt support and corset "credit". And a lot of movie and television works in the image of the princess, or prom dress up is basically this style of skirt, also has been widely circulated.

  1. Backless evening dress

For attending some important occasions, like walking the red carpet ah, ah, ah, a lot of stars will choose this dress, formal, elegant, action compared to the front of the court dress more convenient.

More and more styles of dresses are being designed, excluding some, more avant-garde, which are not yet understood by too many people at this stage, these elegant, simple dresses are becoming more and more popular.

And dresses, depending on, the time, place, and application of the scene come in many different styles!