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Blouse is a loose upper wear wore by workmen, peasants, artists, women and children. Usually, it is gathered at the waist or hips (tight hem, pleats, parter or belt) to hang freely (“blouses”) on the wearer’s body. Today the word most often refers to a shirt for girls or women. It can also apply to a men’s shirt if it is loose style (e.g. poet’s shirt and Cossack shirt), although this is rare. Traditionally, the term refers to a shirt that blouse out or a decidedly feminine look.

The term is also used to refer to some men’s jackets with military uniforms. The blouse is borrowed from French to English. Initially referring to the blue blouse worn by French workers, the term “blouse” came to be applied to the various robes and tunics worn by English farmers. In 1870, the blouse was first mentioned as “for a young lady.” The French form of the word is believed to be derived from the Latin phrase pelusia from the Egyptian city of Pelusium, a manufacturing center during the Middle Ages.

The blouses are in the historic cask style, mostly mail-like garment [vague], which were rarely part of a fashionable woman’s wardrobe until the 1890s. In the past, they were sometimes popular for casual wear in styles that mimic rustic or traditional clothing, such as the 1860s Garibaldi shirt.


Blouses are usually made of lightweight fabrics such as silk or fine cotton, whereas in the early 1990s, they were often made from soft synthetic fibers (such as polyester). Sometimes they are decorated with frills, embroidery or loops. The classic blouse for women is the blouse with a white shirt (following the classic elegant white shirt for men). Here, the combination possibilities are remarkably varied. An open collar with a shoulder blade, loop, reverse and lapels is another standard version of the classic women’s blouse.

At the end of the 19th century, sailor blouses inspired by sailor suits were popular among girls, created based on sailor suits, up to a blue pleated skirt. During the days of National Socialism, these clothes were rejected as bourgeois-decadent. In the 1950s, the sailor’s gaze entered adult recreation.

The high collar in blouses during this time supplanted the halsferne version. Speciality stores also offered “ladies’ cloaks”. KdW from Berlin presented in its illustrated master catalog: 1913, among others, a backfisch-confection with eight blouses ranging from 2.75 to 9.50 marks. The simplest model is “wash blouse, navy, white-spotted”, and the most expensive is “blouse, white, laundry, with top and stick”. One of the novelties of the season was the pointed “Charmeuse blouse with an exquisite shape, pure silk, with a very lush crepe and lace gown.”

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