Origin of Bra

Bra is a mandatory requirement for women. But do you think to ask "how is the origin of a bra?"
Use the bra starting from the 3rd century when the Roman women such bandage bandages to wrap their breasts during exercise.
 
Forerunner of the bra as we know it today launched the first time in Paris, France, in 1889. Modern bra design was created by an entrepreneur named Herminie Cardolle clothing. The shape still resembles a corset, bra predecessors. The difference, women's underwear Cardolle divide it into two parts, the abdomen and chest. Brassiere which is the root of the word brassiere first used by Vogue magazine in 1907.
Although initially there, in those days women prefer to wear a corset. This habit was lost during World War I. Because the military-industrial countries engaged in war, requires a lot of metal to produce armaments. Metal-on corset must be converted to enable the needs that are considered far more urgent.
 In 1917, Bernard Baruch, chairman of the U.S. War Industries Board specifically asked the women to abandon their habit of wearing a corset. The use of corsets is essentially harmful to health. Although forming the body of a woman according to the standard of beauty in those days, girdle makes breathing difficult, and in some extreme cases lead to dislocation of organs. Not difficult for women to abandon the habit of a truly tortured. The result, as much as 28,000 tons of metal had "converted-enable" for purposes of the war industry. The amount is enough to make two large warships.Women must find an alternative to wrap their chests. This is when Mary Phelps Jacob, an American socialite, began introducing the first modern bra in 1910. Jacob intends to attend a big party by wearing an evening gown of thin low-cut chest. Order girdle of bone shark who want to disrupt the beauty of wearing a dress that was prepared from the distant days.Together with one of his servants, he made underwear from two silk handkerchiefs held together with pink ribbon. This design became popular in social circles Jacobs and then patented in 1914.Fashion trends and then shifted from the curvaceous body shape (which is modified by using a corset) to form a thin body with a flat chest. Styles that are considered modern when it is a style of women's clothing is made practically without using many ingredients and make women more easily moved. The shift followed the trend of women becoming active in a variety of jobs. Women who follow fashion, which is thought to reflect the rebellion, then commonly called a flapper.Bra with this modern form began to be mass produced later in 1920-аn. But mass production has not noticed the size of each individual woman.It was only in 1922 with a woman can wear a bra more comfortable when Ida and William Rosenthal revolutionized the form of a bra. They created a standard size bra which consists of a linear ring ribs and chest volume size (cup size) by using the alphabet (A, B, C, D, and so on). The size of A is equal to eight ounces of fluid, while B is equivalent to 13 ounces, and C equals 21, and so on. Ida and William later founded the Maidenform bra company that hath a tremendous success and the couple made millionaire Rosenthal. Maidenform still stands to this day.
Bra to be part of the everyday clothing of women until the revolution of thinking about the role of women. In America, this revolution started when the book Betty Friedan's Feminine Mystique was published in 1963. The book questioned the role of women, who seemed to be returned to the domestic sphere by the public system when it is.
This continued until 1970 аn where the protest over the icons are considered to curb the women questioned by feminists. Germaine Greer, one of the feminist intellectual, stated that, "Bra is a creation of the ridiculous."
As support for the belief, many women decide to no longer wear a bra. To some extent this is simply hitting the bra industry. Ida Rosenthal, the industrialist underwear, just casually replied, "We are a democracy. It is legitimate when people dressed or naked. But after age 35, female body shape did not support him for not wearing a bra. Time on my side. "Later Ida's words proved to be true.
Although time is congested, the bra industry continues to grow. Especially when Madonna wore a costume bra that tapered at the chest. Costume was made especially by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier for the Blonde Ambition tour in 1990.
At the beginning of the 19th century, closed chest has not been so customary in Indonesia. The habit of wearing a bra was introduced Netherlands. In his novel, Prince Diponegoro, Remy Sylado explain the origin of the term brassiere.
At that time, in a highway construction project post-Panarukan Anyer, Netherlands employs slave women and men. Don Lopez, a Dutch official, see the bare-chested slave girls. He then cut a piece of white cloth and gave it to one of them while saying in French: "close this section of the valuable (coutant) it." Again and again he said "coutant .. coutant "which later came as a brassiere by the workers.
In many countries bras / bra called in different ways. In France it is called anchoring chest soutien-gorge (throat support), in Spain sujetar (prop). In Germany bustenhalter, in Sweden bysthallare, and in the Netherlands bustehouder-all means support the chest. While in Esperanto (Russia) which means the bra is called mamzono chest belt.
Source:http://unikeuy.blogspot.com/2011/11/asal-muasal-bra.html

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