Every woman usually has a dozen or so different blouses in her wardrobe suitable for every season spring, summer or autumn.
At the same time most women often complain that they do not have enough blouses. This is very easy to explain as a blouse is a very demanding item of clothing. We can distinguish several types of them, where each will match with something else. For example, there are everyday blouses, the one called base blouses, which we put on to unbuttoned jumpers, under a waistcoat or jacket. They are usually simple blouses lying close to the body, made of viscose or cotton, usually buttoned. They can have aeroplane sleeves or a waterfall neckline. To everyday blouses we can also include sports blouses, which are characterised by being relatively wide and have ribbing at the bottom and at the end of sleeves. Recently, quilted blouses with solid sleeves and a floral front have become fashionable. Finally, there are blouses which are much more elegant and can be worn with a pencil skirt, tailored trousers or under a jacket. These blouses are usually thin, made of georgette or chiffon. In addition, depending of the season, women have in their wardrobe summer blouses with short sleeves or without, and for winter warmer blouses and jumpers, often finished with turtlenecks.