The development history of tie
- Jan 01, 2018 -

The development history of tie

    In 1668, French King Louis XIV in Paris to review the Croatian mercenaries, mercenaries officers tied the collar; is the earliest recorded historical tie. The history of the tie thus began; from then on, the history of the costume culture was blossoming with an everlasting and shining bright exotic work.

    During the French reign of Louis XIV, the Royal Croat coalition gradually became popular with lace-trimmed garments as a result of the Roman military outfits and was decorated with simple ties at the collar. This is the French Cravate, is derived from the word Croat. Gradually, the original bow tie was replaced by a smaller, high collar, with folds on it. Fashionable fashion was played at that time, that is, the bottom of the collar tied to the long black ribbon. Later, the tie began to widen, this popular style for nearly a century 1930, the form of tie gradually with today's appearance. In 1949, according to the regulations of the time, gentlemen without a tie were unable to enter the formal scene and gradually became a special symbol of social status by the tie, and as a result, became popular.

    That tie can not do without talking suit, it can be said that the tie and suit is a pair of twin brothers. The emergence and development of ties are closely linked with the changes in men's clothing in Europe in the seventeenth century. The seventeenth-century European man in tights, earrings, blouse and velvet shirt, velvet, curly hairstyle with a cap on top, raised it with a fringed little stick during salutation. Shirts as underwear worn inside, the collar is quite gorgeous decoration, high collar plus a lace, embroidered collar on the beautiful lotus leaf, the collar folded into a wreath, the collar exposed , Can be seen from the coat. The shirt is a vest, and then put on a short jacket, under the stockings and breeches breeches. This pursuit of gorgeous, luxury-oriented clothing at the time the nobility of the most fashionable; it with a tender and feminine style of tender, is "Rococo" style of the typical men's clothing. Men in such garments "The difference with women is mere spin-off," when efforts were made to rehabilitate men's garments, but the result was futile.

    Until the French bourgeois revolution in the 18th century proclaimed the end of court aristocracy, the men gave up on gorgeous costumes and changed to simple and simple costumes. At that time, a popular tuxedo-style empire-style clothing: high waist shirt, skirt naturally drooping, large collar plus lantern sleeves, a slight dress below the chest, gorgeous shirt collar did not, replaced by collar collar, collar collar before the Department Black silk tie or tie. Necktie was scarf-like, with white linen, cotton, silk and other production, around the neck in two laps, cross before the collar, and then hanging down, but also labeled as a bow tie. This is evident in the Pharisees fictional "tie": "His dark green collar was very tall, and he wore a gauze vest in Nanjing, with black silk wide ties around his neck three times." It is said The poet Byron on the tie is very particular about the law, until he was satisfied with the style, abandoned aside the tie has been piled up. At that time, women also knotted a tie. There is a princess who likes to tie black ribbons and lace ties to create an elegant and chic bow tie.

    Around 1850, suits were adopted as sportswear. By 1870 or so,People are beginning to wear suits, ties become fashionable, and a suit with indispensable accessories. According to the analysis of some apparel experts, the tie is just like a corset and a skirt that show people's gender characteristics, symbolizing two kinds of rational sense of responsibility, reflecting a serious law-abiding spirit of the world, which is exactly what men were deliberately pursuing of. At this time the shape of the tie for the band, usually oblique cut, interlining cloth lining, length and width have changed, the main color to black. It is said that the first tie was invented in Britain in 1868. The tie knotted by the Duke of Windsor at the end of the nineteenth century was all the rage, a symbol of the late 19th century artist, when the knot-shape knuckle method basically came to mind.

    The 19th century, the tie into the United States. Americans invented the string tie (also known as the cowboy tie), the black string tie is a typical accessory of the 19th century gentlemen in the west and south of the United States. Later appeared a sliding metal ring fixed string tie, said Paul tie. Tie basic follow the late 19th century strip style, 45 ° angle oblique cut, the folder lining cloth, lining silk, length and width have a certain standard, a variety of color patterns. After several centuries of evolution and development, with the improvement of civilization, the tie is more and more about art and fine, from the style, the color tends to be more perfect and more beautiful.






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