The olden days are considered to be simpler times, and people living in that era wore simple clothes such as work pants and shirts for men and dresses for women. This is a broad st...
In many cultures the clothing worn was indicative of the social status achieved ...
In the most ancient days, humans started to implement clothing system to protect
..... 38:14, Ruth 3:3), a woman d...
Clothing in the Old Days. The early settlers wore plain clothes made from woolen
and linen cloth. They only had a few outfits. For everyday wear they had work ...
By the 1930s money was scarce because of the depression, so people did what
... Shorts and pants were never worn by young ladies while visiting or shopping.
Where did they wash their clothes olden days? they washed it in like a big beer
keg I thinkthat's what my Nan say's and she was born in 1923!people wash their ...
people wore hand woven clothes made by women in hot days-skirts and a top
cold days-pants and jackets made from animal fur.
They also wore tight trousers and waistcoats, with high upstanding collars and
neckties tied around them. Hair was worn quite long, but swept to the sides.
The corset shown here has no shoulder straps and could therefore be worn with
a ... quite stylish laced their corsets so tightly that they did harm to their bodies.
Those college kids get to have all the fun fashions. ... The old guard didn't like this
much but establishments like the opera and theater had to lighten the rules ...
People in India wore mostly cotton clothing. India was the first place where
people grew cotton, even as early as 2500 BC in the Harappan period. By the