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By the fifteenth century, where they begin to outline the dress that later would lead men to the suit today, with the relevant developments.Already in this century, caps and other garments longer is short, begin to transform into jackets open at front and embroidered sleeves of which shields were oftenfamily members or other civil or military symbols.

Late in the seventeenth century, the court of Louis XIV begins to have a great concern for fashion. The suitjacket is beginning to adjust to the waist and hips of broad leaves, beginning to take important lace, as decoration of these garments.

But the suit, as we know ittoday has its origins in England. Were made by hand by master tailors, who caught the trainees from 12 to 14 years, and began to teach them the trade. They must spendat least four years to get more officers. It was curious to know that was made of a fabric jacket and pants and vest of another. Although the suit was beginning toemerge as an article of everyday use, still marking the elegance of dress suits and a tuxedo, or his coat tails.

Back in the 30s, the clothes begin to take actionand makes as we know it today. In fact, the patterns of that time are still considered valid today, with appropriate modifications to the new fashion and lifestyles haveimposed today.

One of the biggest changes that have occurred in the game is pants. It was originally wore shorts, below the knee, but did not reach the shoe,showing entire socks. It was a kind of bloomers or knickers. Also in early 1900 were wearing jackets or long coats, which were shortened to make them more comfortable.
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