First seen in the mid-18th century as protective clothing for work, workwear is made of durable fabrics with pockets designed to hold tools. With the development of times and the change of working environment, the workwear fabric has become lighter and thinner, and other styles like shirt outerwear have also appeared one after another. Workwear is equipped with a strong neutral style and simple looks. It is dedicated to utility and less decorations, which conforms with current trend of the minimalism and comfortable life. It is versatile and suitable for various occasions.
Hunting jackets mainly have four pockets to highlight the utility. Modern designs endow the hunting jacket with more possibilities through adding more chic elements while retaining multiple pockets and belt. In S/S 2021, geometric and cut are used as a guideline to emphasize the detachable structure, the flap and spliced materials, displaying a soft and tough image. It is retro but integrates the classic silhouette with modern aesthetics. The textured leather brings an avant-garde feel.
The denim jacket reminds of the gold rush of the industrial revolution in the 19th century. At that time, American workwear is loose, practical, rough and tough, showing a free and unruly attitude. The denim jacket is meticulous and casual. The street style can be tried to interpret elegance. Or the cropped silhouette is used to highlight the fun and lightness. Or soft splicing and subtle topstitch can be combined together to attract avant-garde consumers.
Influenced by the workwear style and fashion function, outdoor clothing begins to apply workwear pockets, functional pockets and functional decorative shoulder strap. Spliced materials display diversified design techniques. Under the principle of subtraction, outdoor clothing pays more attention to unity. It chooses the same fabric or fabric in similar colors to create stacked pockets, 3D pockets and detachable patch pockets, creating wearable styles.
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