1. SUIT - BLAZER - JACKET
Suit is the most formal costume and is usually for special occasions, places that promote etiquette such as office, formal parties . A full suit consists of suit jacket, vest, pants or pencil skirt Besides, there are also accessories such as bow tie or tie.
Two concepts that include menswear followers are also often mistaken for suits and vests. Vest is a gile worn inside, a jacket is a jacket. With the way in fashion, the current suit for women will usually have no gile, although this depends on the environment and the climate of the countries.
Rules for women's suits are not as strict as for men, but still have to ensure some requirements such as color, material of the same shirt and pants to create uniform outfit. Over time, the suit has stepped out of the 'safety zone' of the basic colors (black, white, navy .) to appear under new nuances and more trendy styles.
Blazer is less formal than suit jacket and more comfortable coordination. Blazer colors, textures and materials are not necessarily uniform with pants. This is a popular fashion item from the workplace environment, the party is not too formal to street fashion also flooded with new looks of this jacket.
Jacket is the general term for outerwear, usually designed with front buttons or zippers, unlike suit and blazer with only button design. Jackets have their own names suitable for each design and use. For example, smart casual style has blazer or casual style with bomber, denim, biker shirt . This is a youthful fashion style that is somewhat 'dusty' and has no rules of certain coordination.
2. MOM PANAMA - MOM FLOPPY - MOM FEDORA
Panama hats are a kind of sedge hat that has a round and moderate width, suitable for beach trips and when traveling down the street. This summer 'coffin' fashion item easily maps from dynamic to feminine style.
Unlike panama hats, floppy has wider brim and is made of soft or soft felt material. This is the favorite fashion item of the girls pursuing gentle, feminine style.
3. MOM BAKER BOY - MOM BERET
American baker boy
The baker boy's hat is also known as newsboy, originating from the newsboys of the 60s of the last century. According to the fashion circle, this hat is loved by many believers because of its unique design and the ability to combine flexibly from feminine to feminine.
Beret hats, or berets, are often mistaken for baker boys because of their round and bulging shapes, however, this type of hat has no tongue. Beret can be made from a variety of materials such as felt, leather or wool but no matter what kind of material, this fashion item still lacks the classic 1950s, reminiscent of the legendary actress Audrey. Hepburn.