Evolution Of The Suit
What is the best attire for a business conference or a friend’s wedding or grand dinner party? The answer to all these is a great suit. While we are very comfortable getting into a pair of jeans and travelling the globe, there are some special occasions where you can mark your presence only with a great suit. But did you know that if you were to attend an event a hundred years ago, your suit would be very very different! Yes, in the 1920’s black tie was a deviation and people wore coats that had exaggerated silhouettes. Also, rationing of cloth material during the Second World War, forced people to accept straight cuts in their suits. There are lots of variations in suits that Charlie Chaplin wore and what Barney Stinson compels you to wear and if you want to know more about them, then you must see the infographic that Design Taxi has made about the evolution of the suit.