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What clothes did ethiopians wear in 1BC?
The correct spelling would be clothes.
ethiopianism is the feeling of Ethiopian or other people to have the sense of Christianity and being the hero to Ethiopia
Well You wear Clothes To protect all of your outside body parts. Also It Hides personal things People wear clothing for many different reasons; among them are modesty, warmt…h, protection, fashion because if we didnt wear clothes you would be going around half naked.
This is my "standard" answer which I have used before! Men of all social classes wore a wrap-round skirt or kilt called a schenti which was tied at the waist using a belt. Th…e length of the schenti varied depending on the fashion of the time and how rich you were. In the Old Kingdom they were short while in the Middle Kingdom they were calf length. Throughout the ages the schenti worn by ordinary men remained short and plain. From about 1500BC (the beginning of the New Kingdom) it was fashionable for wealthy men to have the garment pleated. Egyptian women wore full length tubular dresses with shoulder straps known as a kalasiris. This remained the basic type of garment worn by ordinary women for thousands of years. Like the men the clothing of wealthy women became more elaborate during the New Kingdom. It became fashionable for rich women have their dresses pleated or draped. Rich Egyptian men and women decorated their clothes, wore jewellery and wore elaborate wigs often made from real human hair. Everyone except the very poorest wore at least a string of beads or a bracelet often as an amulet to ward off evil spirits. Tһе mοѕt commonly used fabric for clothing was linen. It was light, fine and easily draped over the body. Linen is woven from vegetable fibres obtained from the flax plant, extensively grown in ancient Egypt. The quality of cloth denoted your position in the pecking order. The higher a person's social rank the better quality cloth he or she wore. The Pharaoh's kilt was made of the finest linen, possibly embroidered with gold, whereas the commoner's kilt was made of plain unbleached cloth. Complete nakedness for an elite Egyptian was not acceptable, only children, slaves and peasants could go about without clothes. Such an Egyptian would not raise an eyebrow at the sight of thousands of naked slaves working on the construction of a monument. It was quite likely that these slaves had no clothes at all. Children of all classes did not wear clothes until they were about six years old. After then they wore the same clothes as adults. Most Ancient Egyptians went barefoot most of the time but wore sandals for special occasions or if their feet were likely to get hurt. The sandals worn by the poor were made of woven papyrus or palm fronds while those worn by the rich were made of leather. Colours were loaded with symbolism: green symbolized life and youth; yellow was the symbol of gold, the flesh of the immortal gods. Dyeing techniques using natural ingredients had been developed in Egypt but not well developed as dyeing linen was difficult.
Every tribe was different and clothing changed over time, particularly when trade cloth and ready-made clothes became available from traders. In general, men and boys were c…onsidered fully dressed in just moccasins and a breechclout which was of soft-tanned deerskin and had flaps of varying lengths depending on the tribe. Shirts, thigh-length leggings and buffalo robes would be added when needed. Women wore a range of different dresses of deer, elk or mountain sheep skins - depending entirely on what was available in their area. Some dresses were of two skins, others were made with one at the front, one at the back and a third forming a cape or yoke section across the shoulders and sleeves. Women wore moccasins like the men, but their leggings reached to below the knee and had ties to keep them up - in some Plains tribes the leggings and moccasins were sewn together almost like boots. Each tribe used different styles of decoration, originally of dyed porcupine quills and later of glass beads obtained from the traders. The size of the glass beads used can help to date an item of clothing; from about 1790 to 1850 large "pony beads" were used - these were available in a very limited range of colours. From the 1850s much smaller "seed beads" were used and these came in a wide range of colours. Each tribe had its own favourite colours and designs but there were sometimes exceptions to the norm. Trade blankets, stroud cloth and ready made shirts and dresses were quickly adopted by some groups, while others resisted all white influences for as long as possible.
A Muslim may wear any respectable dress in accordance with the climatic conditions and the traditions of society and area in which he lives. The dress should be respectable, n…eat, and sober. Muslim women should cover their bodies with loose dress that hides their body structure. Men should also avoid tight dress.
Loose but warm clothing. Stretchy black pants with a warm but not too big sort of lose fitting sweater. If you want to look a little bit more like the pro's, a tight long slev…e or t-shirt works but it's cooler.
Answer Clothes first came into use by humans as a protection from the heat and cold. The type of climate of a people determined the type of clothing devised. As societies evol…ved, the clothing became more sophisticated and style and design also evolved. Most creatures in nature have some kind of protection from the world around them, fur, scales, shells, feathers; humans do not. There are few places in the world where clothing of some kind is not a necessity. Even in those places where we could survive without clothing, societies have become so accustomed to clothing that not to wear them is considered improper or impolite. Answer Many public places require you to wear clothes. It can get very cold without them. Sunburn can really bite. You will look out of place if you're the only one not wearing clothes. Fashion isn't a requirement of clothing but can be fun.
shemmas are the traditional clothing
Most Floridians wear summer clothing, because of the hot and humid temperatures
Because their religion requires them to.
Well,I live in Florida and they wear the same things everyone else wears...Like skinny jeans in winter and long coats..in summer skirts and a tanktop with some flipflops..
Well to be honest, it's actually a heracy to wear them. The Bible says, "Let those without shame not cover thyselves..." Therefore, don't wear clothes, I like to feel the bree…ze on my nether regions anyhow. Sincerely, Love, Lots, Adrienne of the Woodland Realm
becase there very poor
They didn't wear anything, they just liked being nude.... yah they liked it
It is thought that wearing clothes backwards originated from the American rap duo, Kris Kross. The two members of the group would wear their clothes backwards and thus the…y made a fashion statement.