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Last week they defeated Saint Malachy by one point in an extremely close game. With their first win under their belt, the players were excited to share experiences and thoughts on their Uni basketball experience.
All players agreed that it was a rough start at first. According to SSO counselor Kristi Bandy, the head coach, only two students on the team composed of eight players had prior experience in basketball. However, as the year has progressed, they have begun to know each other better, resulting in better team chemistry. Bandy has been making sure that the team understands free throws, three-pointers, and various other facets of basketball.
Practice consists of practicing several in game situations, such as scrimmaging. Eight players is quite a small number for a basketball team. Players saw both pros and cons to having a small team. While having a small team could guarantee more playing time and cohesive team chemistry, at times the team suffers from a lack of substitutions.
Marinov admits that high-tension games can become extremely stressful due to this shortage. Players can have four games a week, to one game a week, to no games at all. While the team could use more games to become more experienced, they are efficient in using the time between games to improve and hone their skills based on the previous game.
All players interviewed agreed that the season has been successful so far, and were enthusiastic about playing high school basketball next year. The team encourages future subbies to pick up a sport, regardless of experience or skill level. Not only is it a good way to make friends, but it can also serve as a segue into high-school sports. The team encourages Gargoyle readers to come to the upcoming boys and girls away game versus Next Generation School on Nov.
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Keep all eyes on you by putting on an exclusive maxi skirt. Although muslins were less costly than silks, good white work embroidered lawn fabrics still cost money. Muslin also laundered better than silks, but the white muslins still needed a great deal of attention to keep them looking pristine clean.
Regular wearing of white gowns was a sign of social status as white soiled so easily. White gowns generally were kept for evening and in the day pastel or coloured robes were thought more suitable.
In winter heavier velvets, cottons, linens, fine wools and silks were used and sometimes extra warmth came from flannel petticoats or full under slip dresses. You are reading an original Regency fashion history article about Empire dresses between by Pauline Weston Thomas at www. The classical decoration was inspired by images of Grecian ladies from original Greek art.
To help you date costumes in prints, paintings and productions it is useful to understand that the classical line was debased by other types of decoration dependant on fashion influences. For example Napoleon's expeditions to the east and items brought back by him and other soldiers created interest in Egyptian ornamentation.
Right - Typical border decorated dress wrap overlay. Greek key patterns decorated borders and garment hems, sleeve bands and shawls. All the embroidery was initially delicate and light, faithfully following the classical influence, but eventually the embroidery became coarsely executed. One of the problems of such simple classical silhouettes was their very simplicity. This soon led to boredom and decorative innovation as the restraint of staying pure to plain classical robes was too much for some.
Between and the classical robes developed an eastern exotic feel with Etruscan and Egyptian decoration with woven or embroidered borders on fabric lengths and on stoles. The eastern patterns first appeared from gifts Napoleon gave to his Empress Josephine after his visits to Egypt.
Soon everyone copied the items. Empress Josephine was an icon and fashion leader of her time. This empire line muslin gown shown right and from has an appropriate border. The border is emphasised on the coordinating shawl, complete with tassels. After Spanish ornament featured on robes and appeared as slashed areas and tiered sleeves. Image examples here illustrate this extra long sleeve length. The Napoleonic Wars meant that a soldier's uniform had high visibility and military style details featured on clothing for both sexes.
Frogging, braids, cords, velvet and other trims lent a topical jaunty dashing air to many a garment, especially outdoor wear. Peasant influence from European dress was particularly applied to the name of coats, cloaks and mantles such as the Witzchoura redingote an empire cloak of Russian origin. The Pelisse can be a confusing term because there were several forms over a 50 year period.
The first form of pelisse worn from to was an empire line coat like garment to the hip or knee. After it was worn full length and was a warmer longer sleeved coat than the Spencer, but often made of the same materials. Left - Early Form of Pelisse Coat Centre - Fur trimmed Pelisse. It is similar in line to the military influenced braided Pelisse shown above right. It was usually fur trimmed, straight in cut, belted at a high waist like the gown and sported a broad cape like collar an influence of military styles.
The colours for pelisses were golden brown, dark green and blue. The Pelisse was normally worn over pale gowns which were visible as it was worn open at the front. From onwards women wore a coat dress variation called a pelisse-robe. It could be suitable for indoors or outdoors and was essentially a sturdy front fastening carriage, walking or day dress. By in Britain, influence of the Middle Ages, termed Gothic crept into dress styles debasing the pure classical lines.
The bodice gained more shaping and could be panelled. It was not cut as tight and narrow as in the first decade of the century, so it made the shoulder line broader and the dress more comfortable to wear.
The flowing medieval touches soon broadened to include Tudor and Elizabethan times with ruffed and Vandyke triangular pointed decoration and cross over bodices. In England copious trimmings on skirts were all the rage from flounces and padded rolls to pleated, fanned and tucked trims. Embellishment was according to the latest fashion which sometimes took its own course due to the hostilities between France and Britain.
By the dress had lost all classical form and took on a pure Gothic line which lasted until Queen Victoria's accession. In wartime between and the female waistline lengthened in England. English ladies really had little idea of what was happening to Paris fashion. When visitors from Britain returned to France after the peace treaty they were amazed that fashions were so different.
In Paris waists were worn very much higher than in those of Regency England and skirt hems were wider, more A-line, padded and decorated.
British fashion soon followed the French lead after the French ridiculed the English dresses in cartoons making them appear very ugly with bulbous tulip round waisted skirts and solid corsetry. In with the Napoleonic wars over, Britain began to follow French fashion trends for wearing a high waistline. The waistline reached its peak height in when the line fell directly under the breasts. Almost as soon as the waist had risen, fashion plates began to show the waistline dropping and tightening.
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