Since becoming common during the twentieth century and the feminist movements, the bra found your place in the life of the modern woman. Stylish and practical, the bra is used primarily for comfort and beauty, sustaining the breaststroke. Although early models were very basic, the bra ended up reset throughout history. Today, there is even the lingerie, most daring and provocative versions of bra.
But where did the idea of creating the BRA? In this post, we have the story of the one who is, probably, the greatest symbol of the woman.
The History Of The BRA: From Antiquity To The 21st Century
Historians do not arrive at a consensus when they try to figure out what the origin of the BRA. The bra, which comes from French and means “breast supporter”, existed for at least two millennia. At least that’s what indicate some Roman mosaics, the centuries III and IV. In such engravings, women come up with strips of fabric over the breasts.Had no handles, but the effect caused was very similar to that of the modern bra.
Much later, in 1893, Mary Tucek designed the first bra, with a structure similar to that of the modern bra. However, had not yet reached the time in the bra and the idea eventually fading. The main problem was the lack of disclosure of the product.
The big birth-or Renaissance-the bra happened in the mid-20th century. By this time, when began also the emancipation of women, in France and in the United States several drawings of models of supporters of breasts.
Initially, the idea excited women. Believed that the bra was a prison, something that made according to BraClassified. The situation began to change in 1914, when the American people’s Mary Phelps Jacob managed to become famous a model made with silk handkerchiefs and tied with tracks. The success was such that a year later the natural New York socialite acquired the patent of the bra and asserted itself as the inventor of the product.
1928 arrives and also the numbers of the Bras. The idea occurred to Russian immigrant in the U.S., Ida Rosenthal: create a numbered list for the breast size that, for your time, would determine what a bra should a woman wear. More daring, Ida Rosenthal developed Bras that expounded more.
Although, little by little, have adapted to the life of the modern woman, the bra has become a feminist symbol. In the Decade of 60, a feminist movement burned Bras in the streets, protesting in this way against gender inequality.
With the popularization of breast cancer at the end of the 20th century, the Bras went through a new era of unpopularity. American investigators Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijerin argued that the reduced elimination of toxins and breasts that just caused the breast cancer. Although the theory has been revoked by many experts, this was a hard blow for the bra.
One of the concerns of the modern woman’s breast size. In the post Increase the chest: rapid solutions, cheap and without surgery we cover this taboo female and we present some solutions.
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