In the 12th century, the use of silk and cotton stood out. In the
thirteenth century velvet appeared, and increased the production of fur,
use of fur as clothing.

In the Renaissance, new ones emerged
fashion genres and sewing was acquiring a high degree of
professionalization. Richer and more spectacular costumes appeared in the
story, with bright colors and original shapes, giving great prominence
to the sleeves, to the folds and to the fabric falls. These suits had
also embroidery and trimmings, and in the 16th century ornaments such as ruff stood out, a fabric of gathered lace that covered the neck. In the
women's fashion appeared the corset, which cinched the waist, over a skirt in
bell shape.

In the 17th century, due to religious influence,
wear the sober and austere forms. The most used material was cloth
and silk was only available to the upper classes. It also appeared
the jacket, with the collar with starched lace ruffles, the tie,
which was originally shaped like a bow, and the jacket, a long jacket
fitted with a flared shape at the bottom.

XII, XII, XVI, XVII century and their fashion.