Reversible padded vest, 100% cotton. Made, on the one hand, withThe bandana designed exclusively for striped wings by French illustrator Jeniffer Bouron,In blue and yellow and on the back, in 100% medium blue cotton and trimmed in blue. It has no buttons because it is a wide garment thought to wear on top of a shirt, a fine sweater or a shirt.
*Designed and made in Spain, in specialized workshops.
*Remember to consult the product and product care guide you will find in the Penultima Photo.
*** Curiosities of the vest ...
Carlos II of England incorporated him into the royal wardrobe. At first he was long to the feet until he shortened to the waist and his colors went from being vibrant to more dim so that they could be combined in the lounge suit. They also decorated with embroidery and made with luxurious fabrics. The vest helped to define the typical male figure of the nineteenth century: wide shoulders, amolded chest and thin waist.
Years later, the male figure changed to a more natural and less defined waist and, unbuttoning the lower buttons of the vest, it was possible to create a larger waist in man.
It was not until the twentieth century when the women began to wear a skirt and blouse vest. During the 60s and 70s coinciding with feminist movements, women wore male vests and, from 80, the vest is part of the woman's closet to this day.