Different NHL Jerseys for Different Players, Isn’t It?

As we all know, different Jerseys for different players, so is the NHL filed. Now we’d like to introduce three NHL jerseys for you and hope you like it.

The First Piece, the man’s jersey. As it is, what I show you here is a special jerseys from a great players. At the first sight, the gorgeous cloth and brilliant color of the golden dress could catch your eyes firmly. Actually, this jersey was originally used as a working uniform for skydivers or parachuters. Besides, the suit is rather than basic for the people of the day, and it can cover the whole body with sleeves and pants legs. People in that time are very keen on the suit in this kind of style, which is as what they considered a status symbol of special. In fact, it has been fallen and out of fashion for many years for the leather jumpsuits and one-piece suits of similar styles. Nowadays, young people especially the motorcyclists are fond of this kind of styles very much.

The Second Piece: the jersey of Captain’s Jacket. I believe most people know the World War II. Frankly, its style is much more concerned about military, retro and rigorous. The suit is famous and precious for the following reasons from a design perspective. Firstly, the tough materials of the jacket are perfectly integrated with the brilliant workmanship and decent colors. Secondly, what it offers is a three-dimensional cut, with a fitted waist, which is reflecting the beauty and strength of the human body and serving the aesthetics of the military well. And this jersey has its history, anyone who wants to collect it will pay a lot.

The Third Piece: the jersey of Yves Pantsuit. The same with its name, the model of this jersey seems much more infamous in that ages, which is named as Yves pantsuit in 1970s. I believe that even though this clothing didn’t have a good fame, it was a breakthrough design for women at that time. It was also said that the designer of the clothing Yves Saint Laurent had presented this pantsuit in his spring/summer collection of 1968 as a “safari” trouser suit based on his African theme of that year. Moreover, this design was regarded as a repeal to the May Student Movement in France in 1968 since it had caught society’s changing tastes at that time. After from that, the women all around the world in every field of occupation wear pants under light.

Ok, this is what I want to introduce to you, have a good day.