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How To Improve Your Dress Sense - Dressing Sense For Female

Author: Rubi Saxena
by Rubi Saxena
Posted: Jul 19, 2019
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The Dress-Story:Dresses are our favorite. You wear them all the time but have you ever wondered where did they come from? The story of the women's ethnic wear and women dresses is as wonderful as the attire itself which throws light at how women's lives have evolved across the centuries. It started from the shifts, tunics, frocks, to elaborated gowns with whalebone corset and wooden frames to that little black dress in your closet.

Did Ancient Women Wear Dresses?A thousand years ago, Egyptian women used to wear dresses with shoulder straps. They were usually cotton dresses or linen dresses. Women in ancient Greece wore a long tunic called chiton and Roman women used to wear a dress called Stola. In medieval Europe, women wore woolen tunics and shifts over inner wear known as chemises. Silk and cotton were afforded by the rich only.

The Difficulty of The Early Dresses:As the days passed and with the evolving clothing fashion these plain dresses gave way to wooden bone and frames under dresses. This embarked the fashion of elaborated gowns with firmly drawn stays and whalebone corsets. All the Victorians, the Elizabethans, and the Georgians wore embellished costumes that were drawn so firm that the women could barely breathe! It was deemed uncomfortable as it not only takes ever so long to dress up but the wearer also needed a strong-armed maid to dress them up.

With the advent of World War I not only the world but women wear dresses too faced a change (you could either dress up or fight a war, correct?). Women dresses became simpler and adopted a cleaner and softer silhouettes.

In the 1900s the little black dress became an accepted phenomenon is all women's closet. Presently the dress covers the range of minis, maxis, frocks, gowns, tunics, shifts, pinafores, robes, smocks, etc.

Jaipur Kurti presents a new 'Dress' sense!

We understand your love for dresses and that's why we always strive to bring you a magnificent all-new collection of women dresses online that are perfect of all occasion you could think of – from a day with the girls, to meetings at work, or even for that special date! With Jaipur kurti you will rest assured that you'll always dress right!

Stylish Chic!This off shoulder dress is very soft, alluring and has a charming feminine profile. Notice the designer shoulders, very effective to catch all the attention.

Layer FlayerThis dress adores the classic layering technique. This layered dress allows you to alter the look of your attire within a minute. With this dress, you can remove one of the layers and further accessorize with a stole or pouch to get the perfect all new look.

Yummy Yellow!This yellow and cheerful dress can add a ray of beautitude to the dullest day. You can put up this yellow dress on Monday and feel the sunshine add glow to your look. be a lady in yellow, away from the blues.

Flower Power

This colorful floral dress seems like bursting with cheerfulness and looks very alluring. All the charm of a dress added with bold accents offered by floral print. This attire will make jaws drop with excitement.

The Forever BlackThis graceful attire is modernized by the depth of black highlighted by delicate embroidered detailing that add beauty and Cleopatra like elegance.

If there's a war on dresses, then this wide collection latest kurti designs and dresses from Jaipur kurti promises to load you with the most sure shot ammo to win the war for attention. With us, you can do it very easily without trying so hard.

Good luck ladies!

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Hi, I'm a fashion blogger and i love to write about trending fashion and clothing. I devote all my leisure time to writing. I have always enjoyed writing, and feel an inner urge to write about the stuff that I practice and use.

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