Women wear slips under skirts and dresses to prevent clinging, allow the dress to hang properly, protect outer clothing from perspiration damage, provide warmth and prevent undergarments from showing through the material... More »

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According to Role Reboot magazine, men can wear anything they choose to wear. Generally, men and women are not the same size or shape, but if an appropriate size slip can be found, then a slip designed for a woman could ... More »

When attending formal dinners, women often wear dresses or dress suits along with heels and jewelry. The type of outfits women wear to formal dinners varies depending on the occasion. Women might choose shorter, more gla... More »

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American women wore skirts, dresses, hats and gloves during the 1950s, while men primarily wore suits, sweaters, slacks and uniforms for work. In the 1950s, young boys and girls emulated the fashion styles of their paren... More »

In the 1950s, women wore skirts and dresses that emphasized the female figure. Full skirts, as well as pencil skirts, were the fashion. Luxurious or bold patterned fashions were in high demand. More »

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Chileans dress cleanly and neatly, with men usually wearing jackets regardless of the weather and women wearing suits and dresses when conducting business; it is acceptable to show bare legs when wearing a dress in Chile... More »

Chinook men rarely wore clothing beyond a breechcloth, while the women wore bark or cedar grass skirts. They protected themselves from the rain with capes made out of tule rush, a grasslike plant in the region. During co... More »