The jacket was derived from a short blouse made of Jack's coarse cloth worn by medieval men. The 15th-century Jack had bulging sleeves, but the sleeves were a kind of decoration, and the arms did not pass through it, pulling on the clothes.
In the 16th century, the man's bottom dress was longer than Jack, tied up with a belt, and formed a pleat around the body. After entering the 20th century, the button of the man's jacket from the stomach was opened, and the cuffs were decorated with buckles and hem. The pleats are fixed to the upper part of the buttocks with buttons.
At this time, women's tops also became a fitted jacket like the 18th century women's horse-riding safari. Since then, through various changes, the jacket has been developed almost all over the world. However, as recorded in history, women really began to wear a large number of jackets, after entering the 20th century. The jacket is the transliteration of English Jacket, which is the general name for the short jacket that both men and women can wear. Jackets are the most common type of clothing in modern life. Because of its light, lively and energetic style, it is popular among young men and women.
Since the formation of the jacket, the evolution of styles can be said to be varied. Different eras, different political and economic environments, different occasions, characters, ages, occupations, etc. have a great influence on the shape of the jacket. In the history of world clothing, jackets have developed into a very large family.