Why Do Women Wear Dresses?

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The reason women wear dresses is because the word of God talks against wearing that which pertains unto a man in Deuteronomy 22:5 which says women shouldn?t wear any clothing or item that even belongs to a man. God created a difference between a woman and a man, even in the beginning and the differences should be held in hair style and in clothing. Women who tend to dress like men and men who dress like women, as regarded as weird.
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Women wear dresses for a few different reasons. One reason is because dresses make woman feel pretty. Another reason is because many men like woman wearing dresses.
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