The History of Gowns for WomenIt is usually a loose garment that is flared from waist to knees and properly fitted to the upper body. Earlier it was worn by both men and women in Europe during the Early Middle Ages and the profession continues today. In the 18th century a loosely fitted gown called Banyan was worn by men as an informal coat. The modern gown is available in different patterns and designs that are worn at special occasions and formal functions too. It is also referred to as a dressing gown or a nightgown. In the 12th and 13th century gowns were worn by students attending the European universities. Those gowns and hoods indicate their status. Women in American colonies wore gowns that included trimmings around the neck and down the bodice. This stunning attire is also decorated with colorful ribbons and borders of silk.
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