Harness (fr.: porte-épée, porter — “wear” and épée — “sword”), also known as Sam Browne belt, being originally a bunch of leather belts for carrying weapons, in the 20th century the harness came into the women’s wardrobe as an element of a military style in fashion. A thin, graceful or coarse wide, women’s harness can add a zest to a strict dress code or diversify an evening fashionable look. The contrasting combination of brutal leather belts and a traditionally feminine dress strikes a balance between sexuality and aggression. Simple, laconic dresses of basic colors are better suited for combination with a harness.