In the early days, Pueblo Indian men wore very little clothing, whereas the women wore long dress-like garments that covered their right shoulder, with the left exposed. Missionaries later influenced the female garments ... More »

Chicos.com, OldPuebloTraders.com, BuckandBuck.com and Silverts.com are examples of online resources for clothing for senior women. Each of these stores sells a different style of clothing for senior women. More »

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As of 2015, Haband has closed the outlet stores that were previously located in New Jersey. However, Haband's current owner, Catalog Holdings, has an online-only outlet store that may from time to time carry products fro... More »

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Pueblo men traditionally wore kilts, breechcloths and headbands, whereas Pueblo women wore a particular style of cotton dress called the manta, which reached the knees. Men and women pulled their hair into a bun called a... More »

According to Native Languages of the Americas, the Zuni men wore breechcloths or loincloths, and the women wore knee-length cotton dresses called mantas. Zuni men usually wore very little. Generally, the only clothing th... More »

Lower-class women in the Elizabethan era were forced by law to wear clothing made of cheap material in dull or pale colors. Poor men and women would layer their clothes made of sheepskin, linen or wool and would sometime... More »

Due to rudimentary sewing instruments and blunt needles, Roman dress was relatively simple; the most common garments included the toga, the tunic, the stola, the pallium coat and sandals. Roman dress and fashion changed ... More »

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