When it comes to raising money at work, fancy dress days are always a lot of fun. But sometimes, your office will pick out crazy costumes that you just don’t want to get involved with. So, it’s often a good idea to suggest your own. And a winning choice will always be a wear your pajamas to work day! Why? Because you get to stay comfortable all day, of course!
With summer quickly upon us, you haven’t got long to properly perfect your summer style. This is the time of the year when everyone wants to look their very best, and I’m sure you’re no different. It pays off to put some thought into your summer style because you don’t want to have regrets later when you can’t find that perfect outfit to wear each morning. Read on to learn more about how to get this right.
While growing up I would wear cords to different occasions. I had it in different styles from a romper to pants. I would dress it up with a cute top and some accessories. Cords was comfortable than wearing a jeans pants. If you want to turn up your autumn/winter style check out Cords at Chums.
Read more to find out the history of Cords.
The History of Corduroy
Corduroy was first a woven of silk clothing that was worn by royal servants. Corduroy became popular in France and England during the 1700s. It was named corde du roi or “cord of the king.” Corduroy became more than just “the poor man’s velvet” by the late 1800s. It was then mass-produced in Europe and the United States factories where it became popular with the working class. In 1918, Henry Ford the auto manufacturer for Ford Model T automobile used hard wearing, luxurious corduroy as upholstery.