Clothes protect us from the burning sun, the blazing cold and the excessive wind. They are made so our skin doesn’t have to burn or get cold. The clothes today are so intelligent that some of them have built in electronic devices.
Clothes are amazing they protect us from falls and sliding they make sure that we don’t feel naked. Why did we start dressing up in different clothes? Well I think it is some kind of expression of personality. The want to be a unique human.
What is the story behind your clothes?
Clothing refers to any covering for the human body. The wearing of clothing is exclusively a human characteristic and is a feature of most human societies. The amount and type of clothing worn depends on functional considerations (such as a need for warmth or protection from the elements) and social considerations. In some situations the minimum amount of clothing (i.e. covering of a person’s genitals) may be socially acceptable, while in others much more clothing is expected.
Functionality is the primary purpose of clothing. It can serve as protection from the elements. Clothes also enhance safety during hazardous activities such as hiking and cooking, by providing a barrier between the skin and the environment. Further, clothes provide a hygienic barrier, keeping toxins away from the body and limiting the transmission of germs.
Clothing performs a range of social and cultural functions, such as individual, occupational and sexual differentiation, and social status. Auniform, for example, may identify civil authority figures, such as police and military personnel, or it may identify team, group or political affiliations.
In many societies, norms about clothing reflect standards of modesty,religion, gender, and social status. Clothing may also function as a form of adornment and an expression of personal taste or style.
Clothing can and has in history been made from a very wide variety of materials. Materials have ranged from leather and furs, to woven materials, to elaborate and exotic natural and synthetic fabrics.
Not all body coverings are regarded as clothing. Articles carried rather than worn (such as purses), worn on a single part of the body and easily removed (scarves), worn purely for adornment (jewelry), or those that serve a function other than protection (eyeglasses), are normally considered accessories rather than clothing, as are footwear and hats. However, if functional due to local and weather condition and benefits your well being, footwear can be considered clothing.
What should you be grateful for about clothes?
- They give you confidence.
- They make you happy.
- They help you protect against radiation.
- They are colourful.
- They keep you warm on a cold winter night.
- They make you survive in extreme conditions.
- They make us do things that we could not do without them.
- They can look anyway they want.
- They are made with incredible diversity.
- They help people stay alive.
- That you have cloths.
- They can make you laugh.
- They bring out memories.
It seems like people get pre-judged because of the way that they dress. Now think that is very inappropriate! I think people never should prejudge anyone, but that have happened and will happen. The only way we can stop it is by stopping doing our self .
Now I think we all are lucky to have clothes at all. Clothes were not always as available as it is today. We should be thankful for having the abundance of clothes that we have today. People today are complaining about that they don’t have enough clothes and that you want to have more cooler clothes so people would like you more. I think that unfortunately this world have made some weird rules and regulations on how we should be to be “NORMAL”.
What is Normal?
Normal is in my thoughts being your true self. Whatever that would be? I have no clue? All that matters is that you feel that you are yourself. That is being normal. Does not matter what your clothes look like or how you are dressed.
Express who you are through your clothes. All that matters is that you feel amazing!!!
John Thore Stub Sneisen(c)
“Are creeds such simple things like the clothes which a man can change at will and put on at will? Creeds are such for which people live for ages and ages.” –Mohandas Gandhi