70er Shirts with frills
Shirts with frills have a long tradition
! Worn already in the 16th century, the renaissance century,
predominant by nobility and upper class often as elegant garment under the pourpoint. Named as frill is
a multiple, extremly elaborately one upon the other laied fabric in perfect in form puckering technique,
often also bordered and adroned with lace or plissé.
This filigree fabric was used for the above
as well as in the former white- or bed linen or in the noble textile living areas.
Futhermore frills were found naturally in the fancy, romantic inspired
, if in form of
ruching blouses or frilled tops.
In the 40s - 70s
of the last century clothing with frills hit the point
of culmination in fashion. Ruffled shirts
were found in many places as music sector, big orchestras
or jazz combos. The members were clothed homogeneous, often for big stage gigs
with these eye-catching
and noble looking clothes. The
found it's way into the world of stages.
If shiny polyester
fabric or noble satin cotton variations, if simple carnival article or high-quality shirt with attention
to detail vapored baroque frills, sometimes as conspicuous adorned pirate shirts, fashionable gypsy or
blackly gothic styles, these tops are independent of the just hip fashion waves. The event- and stage
presence is unimaginable without frilled shirts. Original
with contrast coloured partial
complex piped frills in classical material mix of cotton and polyester
you will find in the Comycom
sortiment in prominent posistion. A colourful choice of different colour combinations and materials
besides a wide diversified sizes will let you find the perfect outfit for bands, opera, theater or event
managers to complete the choreography, music or event.