Humans wear clothing for comfort and to guard against exposure to weather and other environmental elements. Humans lost excess body hair long before the Ice Age — without it, humans were susceptible to cold. More »

Humans wear clothing for comfort and protecting themselves against exposure to weather and other environmental elements. In developed societies, wearing clothes is also considered a cultural norm, making social pressures... More »

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There is no specific prescription for what Buddhists should wear, although they are referred to as "lay disciples dressed in white" in Odatavasana, A.III,10 and M.I,340. Buddhist monks and nuns, however, are required by ... More »

Humans wear clothing for comfort and protecting themselves against exposure to weather and other environmental elements. In developed societies, wearing clothes is also considered a cultural norm, making social pressures... More »

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Aztec clothing was made from cotton and fiber, extracted from Maguey Cactus leaves. Women played the important role of weaving clothes using fiber, and they learned this at a young age. They used different colors to dye ... More »

Italians often wear appropriately fitted, neat clothing made of fine material, along with stylish accessories. There are no specific rules to dressing in Italy, but there are generally accepted cultural norms that affect... More »

Like the apparel of many countries, typical Chinese clothing is subject to changing fashion trends. It has become increasingly common to find the nationalist blending of traditional and modern motifs and styles, featurin... More »

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