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    Clothing Recollection

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    Marczewski, Susan Clothing and Dress Recollections for Self and Others 1. What is your earliest recollection of your own clothing? Do you remember a specific item of clothing, or a general awareness of clothing? Was there a specific activity or event associated with your earliest clothing recollection? The earliest recollection I have of my own clothing is when I was approximately nine (9) years old. It was around this time that my parents’ marriage was horrifically falling apart before my eyes

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    Stereotypes Of Clothing

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    organizations, groups, and schools. A lot of times people wear clothing to reflect how they feel, but not always. Sometimes they’re just showing support for the groups which the colors belong.

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    History of Clothing

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    The History of Clothes Egypt Men All men wore a wrap-round skirt that was tied at the waist with a belt. Sometimes the material was wrapped around the legs as well. The length of the skirt varied depending on the fashion of the time - in the time of the Old Kingdom they were short while in the Middle Kingdom they were calf length. During the New Kingdom period it was fashionable to wear a pleated garment. Rich Egyptian men were able to afford the best quality linen which was very fine and almost

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    Progressive Era Clothing

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    known for its more flamboyant attire and the World War II Era for its more conservative style to ration for the war. The history of clothing and fashion calls to question its importance in distinguishing identities of different groups of people as well as marking the different stages of the country’s cultural, political, and economic history. How are the different clothing styles reflective of the values and lifestyle of the multicultural United States and more importantly, how did it contribute to the

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    have used clothing for various reasons from social class distinctions to displaying messages and personality. Ever since society formed social classes, people have used clothing to signify which class they belong to. For instance, kings, high priests, and other officials would wear elaborate jewelry and clothing, setting them apart from the peasants and lowly people of society. This practice continued throughout time as all through America's history, the aristocrats would use clothing, and of course

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    During the 1920’s the clothing began to become more modernized and moved away from the fashion of the later decades. The 1920’s had various clothing styles that would depend on many aspects. Depending on the time of day, who was there, the type of outing, and the type of party there would be many different looks that could be presented. Men and Women could change into multiple outfits a day to fit the occasion. The clothing worn also depended on the persons age, occupation, and social class. There

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    Elizabethan Era Clothing

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    the colors it depended on their status and rank. "Elizabethan Nobles and Upper classes wore clothing made of velvets, furs, silks, lace, cottons and taffeta" ("Material & Fabrics used in Elizabethan Era Clothing"). "The Elizabethan Lower Classes had to wear clothing made of wool, linen and sheepskin however, silk, taffeta and velvet trimmings were allowed" ("Material & Fabrics used in Elizabethan Era Clothing"). Just like breaking the law of colors people would also get punished for breaking the laws

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    became monumental and the era stands as a turning point in attitude toward one's personal appearance. In fact, the Elizabethan age is arguably the time when fashion became a form of artistic expression and clothing became increasingly important. There were a multitude of influences on clothing choices in this powerful era, most notable was the creative renaissance man, Henry VIII and the royal Queen Elizabeth I. In fact, there were sumptuary laws made by them permitting people of different classes

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    Clothing In The 1900's

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    Clothing today is seen as easily assessable and creative, but that was not always the case. We are lucky to live in such a modern world of clothing. Over the course of time, the development of clothing has changed drastically as well as the style. Even with our improvement of technology, it is hard to say that we know exactly what people were wearing thousands of years ago, but a good place to start is the 1900’s. A big change in the 1900’s was the fact that clothing was a big demand for the Civil

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    Civil War Clothing

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    Clothing has existed for many centuries and has evolved over time. At one time, clothes were made very simple; over time the stages of developing clothes has drastically changed. The design and style of clothes changed as well. To begin with, the development of clothes from before the American Civil War and the early 21st century is extraordinary. “The Civil War was a pivotal event in the historical development of men’s ready-made clothing” (Source 1). The clothing before the Civil War were made

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