The Pharaohs are the masters of civilization and the cradle of the arts.
Among these arts are textile arts, designs, beadwork, and embroidery of designs, which are still a source of inspiration for the many designs spotted at international fashion houses.
* Dress Trends
Dresses popularly grew during the coronavirus pandemic and made the wearers aware of their feelings as well as their desire to be comfy during their daily life.
The wide, loose dresses became trendy, which was an approach adhered to by women of all ages.
Moreover, girls sought straight dresses that were not wide from the bottom. The style fit graceful women more.
* Linen material
Climate change is making the heat more extreme, and more frequent. This created a need to wear a natural material made of cotton that will be soft on the skin as well as absorb and rid the body of sweat and allow it to breathe as the body gets moisturized. There is nothing better than the wonderful linen material.
* Colors of nature
There is nothing finer than neutral colors such as beige, gray, white, off-white, light blue color and shades of sky blue, all of which were natural dyes or naturally colored cotton.
The ancient civilization had an economic mind that relied on making beads in the form of a dress or blouse made from a strong thread or wire.
The design could be worn more than once and in more than one form over a layer of the right fabric.
The sleeves varied, as paranoiac women wore sleeveless, one-shoulder, and ruffles outfits, all of which are presented by international fashion as well as are the latest fashion and adds luster, but the wearer have to choose the appropriate one for their body figure.
*The belt and its elegance
The Pharaonic women were famous for their slender waist. The most beautiful item that adorns the waist is the belt, whether it is a long or thin wrap belt that shows the grace of the wearer.
The belt should match the color of the dress or be a dark color like brown.
Contributed by Yara Sameh