The gown consisted of the bodice and skirt joined together, with the skirt open in the front to reveal the separate petticoat, which was an essential part of the dress and not an undergarment. The Pip-Boy icons for these outfits are that of a Vault jumpsuit. Wigs Throughout western history wigs have come and gone from fashion, but it is undeniably the 18th century that was the golden age of male wig wearing.
In the winter the hands could be kept warm with a muff. Mob Cap A mob was undress headwear; becoming popular in the s and worn in some form into the next century.
It had a puffed crown placed high on the back of the head, a deep flat border surrounding the face, and side pieces carried down like short lappets, which could be left loose, pinned, or tied under the chin. The flat border usually was frilled or had lace.
Muffs Tube-like accessories used for keeping the hands warm, muffs were of various sizes as dictated by fashion. They could be covered with fur, cloth, or feathers, and were usually padded.
Pattens Pattens were overshoes consisting of a raised sole standing on an iron ring, with an adjustable strap used to secure them. Designed to lift the wearer's shoes off the ground so as to protect them from soiling or damage when there was wetness, mud, or muck. Pattens were worn by both men and women into the early 20th century.
Petticoat A woman's skirt-like garment worn with a gown or jacket. Most gowns were open-fronted robes needing the addition of the petticoat to fill the gap.
Quilted ones could be worn for both warmth and fashion. Underpetticoats of linen, wool, or cotton were added for warmth. Riding Habit A riding habit consisted of a petticoat, jacket, and waistcoat, or waistcoat fronts attached to the jacket. The jacket followed the lines of men's coats until the s, except that it had a waist seam and bust darts.
Habits were suitable for traveling and fashionable undress. Shift The shift was the undermost garment worn by children and women. It served the same purpose as the man's shirt. Made from various qualities of white linen, it had either a drawstring or plain neck, as well as drawstrings or cuffs at the elbows. It could be plain or lace trimmed. Shoes Shoes were made of silk fabrics, worsteds, or leathers. Depending on current fashions, they may or may not have had elevated heels.
They would fasten by buckles, clasps or, if very utilitarian they might have ties. Short Gown Loose T-shaped garments cut to the length of the hip or thigh. Made to wrap or Bed Gown over in front and held together by pinning or held closed with the apron. Made of utilitarian fabrics to be worn by the laboring sort and made of better fabric for the middling sort and worn as undress.
Sleeve Ruffles Ruffles were attached to the edge of the gown sleeves to cover the elbows. Either plain or lace trimmed ruffles, the degree of decoration and the number of ruffles varied with fashion. Stays Stays were the essential foundation garment of the 18th century. They developed from the "boned bodies" of the 17th century, and in the 19th century were to become corsets. But just as the names of these garments changed, so did the shape and effect upon the body. The fashionable 17th century torso was an elongated tubular trunk, with little taper and encased the bosom.
The pavada is a cone-shaped skirt, usually of silk, that hangs down from the waist to the toes. It normally has a golden border at the bottom. Girls in south India often wear pattu pavadai or Langa davani during traditional functions. Girls in Rajasthan wear this dress before marriage and after marriage with sight modification in certain section of society. This dress is a three-piece garment where the langa or lehanga is the cone shaped long flowing skirt.
Additionally, recently pants and shirts have been accepted as traditional Indian dress by the Government of India. Kaupin is unsewn and langota is sewn loincloth worn as underwear in dangal held in akharas especially wrestling , to prevent hernias and hydrocele.
It is mandatory for Sikhs to wear kacchera. Dhoti is the national dress of India. A dhoti is from four to six feet long white or colour strip of cotton. This traditional attire is mainly worn by men in villages. In India men also wear long, white sarong like sheets of cloth known as Mundu. It's called dhotar in Marathi. Over the dhoti, men wear shirts. A Lungi , also known as sarong , is a traditional garment of India. A Mundu is a lungi, except that it is always white.
It is usually tucked in when the person is working, in fields or workshops, and left open usually as a mark of respect, in worship places or when the person is around dignitaries. Lungis, generally, are of two types: The open lungi is a plain sheet of cotton or silk, whereas the stitched one has both of its open ends stitched together to form a tube like structure. Though mostly worn by men, elderly women also prefer lungi to other garments owing to its good aeration.
The length is usually just below the knees and the jacket ends just below the knee. The jacket has a Nehru collar ,  which is a collar that stands up.
Churidars are trousers that are loose around the hips and thighs, but are tight and gathered around the ankle. A scarf called a dupatta is sometimes added to the achkan. A Jodhpuri or a Bandhgala is a formal evening suit from India. Also known as Jodhpuri Suit ,  it is a western style suit product, with a coat and a trouser , at times accompanied by a vest.
It brings together the western cut with Indian hand- embroidery escorted by the Waist coat. The material can be silk or any other suiting material. Normally, the material is lined at the collar and at the buttons with embroidery. This can be plain, jacquard or jamewari material. Normally, the trousers match that of the coat. There is also a trend now to wear contrasting trousers to match the coat colour.
Bandhgala quickly became a popular formal and semi-formal uniform across Rajasthan and eventually throughout India. Angarakha is a traditional upper garment worn in the Indian Subcontinent which overlap and are tied to the left or right shoulder. Historically, the Angrakha was a court outfit that a person could wrap around himself, offering flexible ease with the knots and ties appropriate for wearing in the various principalities of ancient India.
Sari jama The jama is a long coat which was popular during the Mughal period. There are many types of jama costumes which were worn in various regions of South Asia , the use of which began to wane by the end of the 19th century A. The Indian turban or the pagri is worn in many regions in the country, incorporating various styles and designs depending on the place.
Other types of headgear such as the Taqiyah and Gandhi cap are worn by different communities within the country to signify a common ideology or interest. The Dastar, also known as a pagri , is a turban worn by the Sikh community of India. Is a symbol of faith representing values such as valour, honour and spirituality among others. Pheta is the Marathi name for turbans worn in the state of Maharashtra. Its usually worn during traditional ceremonies and occasions.
It was a mandatory part of clothing in the past and have evolved into various styles in different regions. Originally worn by the kings of Mysore during formal meeting in durbar and in ceremonial processions during festivals, and meeting with foreign dignitaries, the Mysore peta has come to signify the cultural tradition of the Mysore and Kodagu district.
Turbans in Rajasthan are called pagari or "safa". They are distinctive in style and colour, and indicate the caste, social class and region of the wearer. In the hot and dry regions, turbans are large and loose. The paggar is traditional in Mewar while the safa is to Marwar. In the past, saffron stood for valour and chivalry. A white turban stood for mourning. The exchange of a turban meant undying friendship. The Gandhi cap, a white coloured cap made of khadi was popularised by Mahatma Gandhi during the Indian independence movement.
The practice of wearing a Gandhi cap was carried on even after independence and became a symbolic tradition for politicians and social activists. The cap has been worn throughout history in many states such as Gujarat , Maharashtra , Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal and is still worn by many people without political significance. In , the cap regained its political symbolism through the Aam Aadmi Party , which flaunted Gandhi caps with "I am a Common Man" written over it.
During the Delhi Legislative Assembly election, , these caps led to a scuffle between Aam Aadmi Party and Congress workers, based on the reasoning that Gandhi caps were being used for political benefits.
During the s and s , at the same time as Western fashion was absorbing elements of Indian dress, Indian fashion also began to actively absorb elements of Western dress.
Women started wearing more comfortable clothing and exposure to international fashion led to a fusion of western and Indian styles of clothing. While women have the choice to wear either Western or traditional dress to work,  most Indian multinational companies insist that male employees wear Western dress. Women's clothing in India nowadays consist of both formal and casual wear such as gowns, pants, shirts and tops. Traditional Indian clothing such as the kurti have been combined with jeans to form part of casual attire.
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India portal Fashion portal. Non vegetable dyes were also used such as gairika red ochre , sindura red lead , kajal lampblack , sulphate of iron, sulphate of antimony and carmine. Ancient Romans called Indian textiles by names such as gangetika , nebula and venti meaning woven wind. Marco Polo 's Description of the world gives an idea of textile trade of the time, with a mention that Gujarat has the best textiles in the world.
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