Wedding Dress

Wedding – is one of the most exciting, vibrant, memorable and long-awaited moment in the life of a girl. There is no doubt that every bride dreams of this day be the most beautiful and unique, and serious approach to the choice of colors wedding dress. The choice of color – a very important question, because usually it was he who decides whether the bride is a queen. In Russia red wedding dress was traditional. Catherine the Great, wearing a white wedding gown made revolution and gave rise to a new tradition.

According to the symbolism of white – the color of purity and innocence. This color is the wedding dress is very neutral. If the bride for the first time getting married, the presence of white in her wedding dress is mandatory. It is necessary to bear in mind that the white color more easily soiled. If you marry in spring or autumn, we should not stop the choice on a dazzling white. Although, according to psychologists, fragile and sensitive girls snow white costume particularly suitable. Wedding dress blue symbolizes contentment, peacefulness and tranquility, as well as a sense of community and the bonds that you associate yourself with others. The blue color is called loyalty.

It is a symbol relationships with others free of controversy and serene, but things are moving smoothly and traditionally. She feels the need to trust in others, which, in turn, can trust her. Wedding dress yellow color gives the impression of joy and lightness.

Greek Tunic

An example is the law about clothing tribune (215 bc BC), directed against the luxury clothes Roman women. Strictly speaking, the more likely this danger is from Greece, after she became dependent on Rome (146 BC) and Romans had the opportunity to directly perceive the Greek culture, higher than their own. In addition, the clothing of the Greeks was more comfortable, lighter, more elegant. At this time, the majestic, but inconvenient, hampering movement toga saved only as a civilian (front) suit, and everyday clothing is very close to the Greek. A role similar to that in Greece the chiton, Rome begins to play a tunic (Latin tunica). She often wore a house dress, without any kind additions.

The difference between the tunics and chitons was that the coat consists of a single piece of tissue and wound on the body and tunic same (as a kind of long shirts) worn over the head. Initially, it was sleeveless, with slits for the hands (arms to the elbow appeared later), ends below the knee, and girded on his hips. Tunick had a rectangular pattern. On the chest and back were purple stripes – one or two (they can be denoted, for example, Rank senator). The main color was white (tunica pura – pure"), material was wool. Later, men began to wear a tunic which reached the heels, and as more material wealth became even more tunics worn once – one to another. Roman women wore the same clothes, but always broader and long-to-toe.