Can you imagine the transition periods without at least one balloon in your closet? Very difficult, since it is a rather grateful piece of clothing that can be combined in many ways, and it also saves when you are not sure how to dress or whether you want to put on a winter jacket or just a sweatshirt and it is not for anyone not for the other.
Balloons have been "in" for a long time, and best of all, designers try every year to design a new model that will flood the streets of every city. If one looks at history, one can see that balloons were a turning point in the fashion world, since they have emerged as one form of clothing that is intended to impress.
At the very beginning, they went in a completely classical direction, focusing primarily on business opportunities and, of course, seriousness. Even though they are still most focused in this direction today, the fact is that there are so many different models tailored to each age group.
If you look at the color you will notice that it is still in that classic beige and powder color. However, there are more and more of those with red wine, turquoise and even expressive colors like the ones you can find in Benetton.
The balloon fits any style of clothing, and you can distinguish a few such as elegant, classic and of course universal. Although the balloon came primarily from a number of World War I officers. The fashionista better known as Burberry is considered the real pioneer in thinking of the fashion world.
So, as mentioned above, it's a piece of clothing that goes with all the combinations, and best of all, you don't have to load yourself by wearing it underneath. He is simply a story to himself with a rich historical tradition.
If you want you can wear it with pants, dresses, jeans, almost anything. His magic lies precisely in the ability to blend in with any style a person chooses.
What are you waiting for, get going if you don't already have your own balloon!
Author: S.Š. Photo by Maridav / Shutterstock