Thus, Souza (1987) points that, the advent of the bourgeoisie and the industrialismo, giving origin to a new style of life; the democracy, becoming possible the participation of all the layers in the process, another mark of the elites; careers liberal and professions, deviating interest masculine of competition of fashion, that starts to be characteristic of the feminine group (…) in the sample that the French Revolution was, of certain form, the watershed for the phenomenon of the fashion. (SOUZA, 1987, P. 22) As phenomenon stimulated for the growth of the decurrent consumption of the commercial expansion, the fashion gradually passes to reach diverse social stratus and to extend its domnios, therefore with the height of the division of the work, of the mechanization and implementation of techniques, new txteis staple fibres appear, new colors, models and accessories – what it made possible an ample variety of creations in the scope of the indumentria. Thus, as it affirms Crane (2006) to the measure that the occidental societies if had industrialized, the effect of the social stratification in the clothes uses if transformed. In the end of century XX, the cheaper gradually, therefore, accessible clothes had become the layers lowest. ' ' Historians of the indumentria had concluded that the clothes had been democratized during century XIX, therefore all the social classrooms had started to adopt similar types of vesturio' ' (CRANE, 2006, P. 27) the fashion, that seemed to offer possibilities of a person to reach its social status, during this period was only aspect of clothes.
For the author, the fashion must be seen as some ways for which the clothes had been used: social control, by means of the imposition of uniforms and clothes codes. The nature of the fashion moved, as well as the ways for which the people answer it. The fashion of century XIX consisted of a clear-cut standard of presentation wide adopted.