What is the Meaning & Definition of clothing

Clothing that people wear to cover their bodies but they also have value in terms of fashion, the dialing status and trends

The word clothing is used to designate all those clothes clothes or dress that humans use to cover his body and thus warm or protect themselves from the different types of climate. The clothing is not however a purely functional if not element since the development of more complex societies it has been linked to the need to highlight differences, fashions, trends, hierarchies, status or even simple personal tastes of each individual in the society.

Clothing in its origins and evolution which reached

Since prehistoric times, man has turned to different natural materials to cover and protect your body. While the earliest forms of clothes were leathers and skins of animals, as well as they would also later fabrics it basic and primitive, throughout history man has managed to develop parts of varying complexity, luxury and wealth that could meet different objectives and functions as protection, cover pudorosas areas, establish hierarchies , etc.
Typically, pieces of clothing or clothing made by man have been made with natural products (skins, hides, wool, natural dyes, etc.), but with the passing of time and the development of the textile industry, many new fabrics and artificial tissues have yielded much more comfortable, protective and durable clothes.
Clothing has changed no doubt in great way over time, having to do not only with the change of the weather but also with the development of new styles of design, of new materials as well as the change of the social, political and economic context. Clothing has always been related to the political, social, cultural and economic events and it has done that throughout history, some items have been altered by be considered very old-fashioned or conservative, by representing certain ideologies, because of economic conditions, etc.
At the same time, the clothing has always found differentiation in regards to female and male clothing. This has always been associated with the need that the clothing is adapted to the different types of body, the requirement of cover or show different parts or to follow different styles.

The problem of the sizes, a health and social issue

The question of the sizes of the clothing is undoubtedly one of the issues most discussed today around this theme, especially by the direct relationship with the development of some diseases associated with food such as bulimia and anorexia.
Unfortunately and despite legislation that punishes and which does not apply too much, the different garments are available in the warehouses of clothes in sizes considered current and normal, small, medium and long.
But clear, not all people can use them and then are quite marginalized in these trendy items and must resort to other options, besides clear is create an absolute gloom by inability to use them.
Many young people who feel outside of these proposals, because the sizes do not enter them, begin to reveal dissatisfaction with her body, that in some situations can result in serious food problems, as already noted, and that in the most extreme cases can result in death.
Commercial decision by the companies that design and fashion do not extend their sizes beyond the common market is based on the high costs which would make larger sizes.
Of course that this is a decision petty and here is where should be present state to achieve that standards that establish that there must be sizes for all met. In this way not only comply with the law but that it is making a contribution to the health of the community.
Deserves a separate paragraph differentiation in regards to female and male clothing. There are clothes that are quite associated with men, such is the case of suits and ties, while the skirt and dress are completely unthinkable and feminine clothing on a man
Insofar as possible, with regard to pants, we have to say that while a few centuries ago they were a purely male garment, today, women are also its great cultoras.
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