The shoulder straps, also known as slouches, used to refer to Greek clothes. Modern is part of the clothes. The shoulder blouse is a Greek clothes from the 6th century BC. It is made of 18x6 sashes made of wool or linen. One is hung on the left shoulder and hangs from the front. The other part is on the back. It is turned from the right to the front, and then hangs on. Left shoulder, hang the other end behind. The blouse was originally the only clothing for men, and later it was under the shoulder blouse to wear underwear or long coat. This can be seen in the statues of the fourth and fifth centuries BC.