What’s at the top of your head once you’ve heard something like ‘Bohemian style clothing’ or ‘Boho-chic trend’ – glitz of people from a different planet? Then forget about everything you’ve already known. The key thing to remember, when trying to understand this particular fashion style, is its history and statement. Both deserve close attention!
Japanese style clothing is very mannered and fanciful. On the one hand, it impresses by its riot of colours and, on the other, it embodies rich traditions and interesting culture of Japanese nation. Usually, people in Japan wear two types of clothing. One of them is a traditional kimono and the other – western style clothes.
The 1950s was a period which brought many changes in the wardrobes of women and men all over the world. The development of mass-production clothing that the consumer could easily wash at home and still maintain its proper tailored appearance allowed for an influx of new fabrics, such as polyester and nylon, and a comforting sense of conformity.