Umbrella, an accessory without which we cannot

As the weather changes, so do our needs to bring with us one of the accessories that protects us and can serve as a final note to the overall look. An umbrella is just that accessory that protects during precipitation and helps you get to your desired location exactly as you looked when you left your house. There are various models in stores, from the slightly cheaper ones to the ones that can last for several seasons.

Like everything else, the umbrella and its quality depend on how much you are willing to set aside for something that some will consider rather irrelevant. This is not true, since it certainly does not matter whether you are struggling with the wind somewhere so that your umbrella is not torn, or you will walk carelessly to your desired location.

There are several models and colors. Among the more popular are smaller umbrellas with rust-resistant metal wires, which can withstand stronger wind gusts. Models with 61 cm lengths are available in sizes. Among the more popular models are umbrellas with a wooden stick.


Umbrellas have a really long history and are known to have existed for 4,000 years when used by the Egyptians, Greeks, Chinese and Syrians. Initially, they were made to provide the necessary sun protection, but thanks to the Chinese who opted for coating the umbrella with wax, they also began to serve as rain protection.

The first umbrellas in Europe were made of wood and the handles were folded to make it easier for everyone to hold. In addition to being made of wood, they were also covered with a certain type of fabric. The first umbrella with steel construction appeared in 1852 thanks to Samuel Fox.

Best of all, there are various types of umbrellas being made today that can be customized for anyone. For children, these models are taken from their favorite cartoons, and for adults, models with different colors from the slightly classic to cheerful and striking colors as a herald of spring.

Author: S.Š. Photo by carlo dapino / Shutterstock

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