Girl Trouser Design
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PANTS long is a fashion item that can be found in each person's closet, in various shapes as well as models. The trousers also have a long history that can be traced back to the era of 570 BC.

Given the history of trousers, which have evolved both in form, function, and wearer, a long story can be unearthed. Currently, trousers can be regarded as a fashion item that does not know gender. In contrast to a dress, skirt, or blouse, trousers are a universal outfit.

A woman will not be considered strange to wear trousers, in contrast to the assumption that will erupt when you see a man wearing a dress. Not only cross-gender, pants are also cross-class. Regardless of the social status attached to the wearer, trousers are still worn by everyone. Pants do not know the age, the wearer is not limited from children to parents, and trousers are not familiar with special occasion, the use can be from casual to formal.

Compared to other fashion items, trousers also have a long history. History records show trousers have been around since 570 BC through reliefs in Persepolis, Iran. These trousers are used by Iranian nomads as a riding fashion that will protect the thighs and feet from friction with the horse's body. Furthermore, trousers became "uniform" Iranian hunters are also Persian and are usually made of animal skins.

From Persepolis, trousers continue to cross to the soil of Mongolia and become one of the fashion items in the Chinese kingdom and began to be made of cloth. In those days, trousers were only used by the military because of its ability to keep the body temperature warm.

From Asia, trousers then crossed into the West thanks to trade relations and evolved. Trousers became a standard fashion for Western society since the 16th century. But the historical record shows that in the 15th century, Hungarian men had been wearing clothes that were shaped like trousers under their clothing. Pants in the early days of his emergence in Europe known as pantalone. The name is taken from an Italian comedy character titled "Commedia dell'Arte", in which a clown often appears wearing trousers to entertain the king.

England, actually had become acquainted with trousers because most of the population of his village in the 12th century often use a garment shaped like pants with a length up to the ankle. However, the garment had disappeared in the 13th century and then reappeared in history when Gaelic people in Scotland and Ireland use it as a daily dress, especially for work.

Trousers later became popular as a manswear thanks to George Bryan's "Beau" Brummell in 1812. The style of dressing Brummel then became a dress coded by nobles and imitated by the proletarian society. At that time, noble trousers shaped like leggings, tight and narrowed in While the proletarian trousers are more rigid because they are made of cloth that tends hard so that the shape is more straight and usually dark.

In 1846 Sir Harry Lumsden, who was commander in Punjab, India, exchanged his tight trousers with cotton-like pajamas often used by Indians to escape the heat. To distinguish it from the local fashion, Lumsden colored his pants with a natural dye that became the beginning of the birth of khaki pants. From India, khaki across to South Africa, Sudan, Afghanistan, America, then to Europe.

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