Forced self-isolation at home is not a reason to forget about style. On the contrary, it is a great time to work out fashionable looks of sweet home. For example, fashion historian Alexander Vasiliev believes that after the pandemic, pajamas and dressing gowns may again become a street trend. And walking at home in comfortable pajamas and a stylish dressing gown is not bad manners at all.
So, in France at the court of Louis XIV, the
robe was the subject of an exclusively male accessory and demonstrated the owner's belonging to the aristocratic circle. Then, luxurious models made from Italian and French silk were in fashion.
Robes migrated to women's wardrobe in the VXIII century - ladies in the boudoir began to dress up in Turkish robes while applying makeup. Cool European weather and economy on firewood brought warm models lined with fur into fashion: the famous banyan tree with quilted lining, a dressing gown with fur and robes made of pashmina. They helped to avoid colds and to keep warm in the morning, when the stoves that had been heated in the evening were already cooling down. Such robes became so popular that they began to be worn not only as informal home clothes, worn over a shirt and breeches, but also used when writing portraits of a philosophical or intellectual warehouse.
For example, "Breakfast of an Aristocrat" by Pavel Fedotov or "Portrait of Kirill Borisovich Kustodiev" by Boris Kustodiev.
pajamas (translated from Turkic - “clothes for feet”), these comfortable sleepwear came to Europe at the beginning of the 19th century from the Ottoman Empire and Algeria, together with the returning home orientalists, politicians and adventurers. It was perfect for relaxing rest with a hookah and a cup of coffee, and for sleeping, as it provided maximum comfort. Like a robe, pajamas have long been men's clothing. The famous Coco Chanel had a huge influence on its popularization among women.
She was one of the first to release a collection of beautiful and pleasant to the touch pajamas made of cotton, satin and silk.
But the real pajama boom happened after the release of the films "Shanghai Express" and "It Happened One Night," in which Hollywood stars Marlene Dietrich and Claudette Colbert boldly sported this spicy wardrobe detail.
Today, many well-known brands produce homewear collections from a wide variety of fabrics: terry, waffle, satin, silk, velvet, chiffon, linen, woolen … Yves Delorme salons offer a wide selection of models. For example, Kenzo has comfy elongated unisex wrap and belt robes with legendary tiger embroidery on the back.
Or the graceful options from Yves Delorme's own collection in flowing satin with a fashionable touch. There are also stylish pajamas made of cotton, silk or satin, both plain and decorated with floral or geometric patterns, that do not hinder movement. There are also insulated versions of stretch jersey, soft velor or delicate cashmere. The elegant and comfortable models of the French brand Laurence Tavernier, made of natural fabrics, will especially attract the discerning ones.
And it doesn't matter if you are a man or a woman, beautiful home clothes, in which you are not ashamed to go online, will allow you to always look fashionable and stylish.
The entire range of products of Yves Delorme salons can be found in the online store www.yvesdelorme.ru
According to the press service of the brand.>