Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images

Mens Sleepwear Biography

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For going to bed, men had two choices. The traditional nightshirt was ankle length, longer sleeves, and had a button up military collar made of  cotton, wool or flannel. The newer trend from the 1910s onward was the two peice shirt and pants called pajamas. Some were really one piece pajamas with the top and bottom attached. Everyone wore vertical stripes unless they were boring and only wore white. Pajamas in percale, crepe, and silk replaced flannel nightshirts with even the most conservative men. Shirts either buttoned up straight with a military collar or a mandarin style collar with overlapping panels like the one the left. Many fastened not with buttons but with Chinese frog clasps. Some also had Japanese Kimono sleeves and soft round mandarin collars. The Asian influence was all over men’s  sleepwear.
Great for lounging around in all year round, our men's nightwear and loungewear keeps you comfortable no matter what the season. From men's slippers and dressing gowns to pyjama sets, our range of men's nightwear and loungewear keep you looking stylish, even when you're sleeping.Mens 1920s under clothes had been the kind of underwear men had been wearing for nearly 100 years.Men’s socks lacked the stretchy knits and elastic blends of modern socks.  Sock supporters helped them stay up until rubber or elastic started to be added to ribbing in 1929.  They were called hose garters (socks were actually called hose in the 20s.) Made of leather or striped elastic that bound around the upper calf and clipped into the sock. It was trendy to have a matching set of sock garters and suspenders although both were rarely seen underneath men’s clothing. They were still the preferred style throughout the 20's with a few modifications. Wool, long sleeve, long leg, union suits with drop seat flaps were the standard style for traditional men and colder climates. In summer and year round for the younger trendier man came the short leg and either short sleeve or sleeveless union suit.  The preference was for half sleeve, short leg/half leg/ or knicker leg suits worn in summer in white gauze, silk, or rayon.Boxer shorts in color were a new trend although slow to catch on. Popular colors were blue, mauve, and peach in silk or cotton.  In 1929 clothing companies introduced rubber in the waist band of loose undershorts rather than a tie string.  At the same time they also introduced a fly that opened to the side.The typical house robe was made of thick blanket cloth or wool blends in winter and lighter flannels in summer. They came very long in plaids, stripes and geometric prints with a shawl or notched collar and tasseled silk cord ties.Knee length smoking jackets, made of wool or camel hair cashmere with a tasseled cord, became fashionable attire for men. Many were also made entirely of of silk, brocade, velvet or had a silk body and velvet shawl collar. The body and the collars often contrasted colors or textures. Solid colors of rich gold, black, or maroon were the most common but the Asian influence hit again and prints and embroideries of dragons and other Asian arts covered many.After a suit jacket was taken off a man would not fully undress but instead just put on his smoking jacket and sit down for a good read or cigar break. Movie stars all wore them so men at home would too although they were more of an upper class luxury.Since men’s night clothes and robes were now more handsome, colorful, and fashionable it wasn’t enough just to wear them in your bedroom but out in the rest of the house and even in mixed company. Also, with the publicness of lounge clothing came etiquette on how to to wear sleepwear.With a dressing gown, a man should hold himself over his hips, legs wide , feet pointed outward, because the folds of the falling fabric must be maintained. The chest is held flat the abdomen pushed forward and one walks slowly with long strides.One should walk quickly legs outstretched and close together, with chest and shoulders understated to make the neck appear longer.Men’s socks lacked the stretchy knits and elastic blends of modern socks.  Sock supporters helped them stay up until rubber or elastic started to be added to ribbing in 1929.They were called hose garters. The traditional nightshirt was ankle length, longer sleeves, and had a button up military collar made of  cotton, wool or flannel. The newer trend from the 1910s onward was the two peice shirt and pants called pajamas. Some were really one piece pajamas with the top and bottom attached. Everyone wore vertical stripes unless they were boring and only wore white. Pajamas in percale, crepe, and silk replaced flannel nightshirts with even the most conservative men. Shirts either buttoned up straight with a military collar or a mandarin style collar with overlapping panels like the one the left. Many fastened not with buttons but with Chinese frog clasps. Some also had Japanese Kimono sleeves and soft round mandarin collars. The Asian influence was all over men’s sleepwear.


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images


Mens Sleepwear Kurta Pajama For Men Designs with Nehru Jacket Punjabi Style Simple Sikh Designs 2014 with Jacket Photos Images

2 comments:

  1. Before we decide whether men should wear fashionable nightwear, we need to make sure that men's nightwear can look good? After all, how cool can pyjamas look? For many years the standard outfit has been the matching trouser and jacket, which looks like men are going to sleep in a rather untidy suit.

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