PURPOSES OF CLOTHING.
Clothing are the things people put on, with the intent of covering their body Clothing is similar to the attire, and it is the fiber and textile worn on the body. Only human beings wear clothing and different societies wear different clothing. One’s body type, gender, social and other environmental considerations are what determine the amount and type of clothing worn.
Clothing prevents the body form being affected by harsh weather conditions by comprising the body. They also enhance security while increasing and preparing as they are dangerous activities. Most natural clothing materials are; fabric, denim, leather and fur.
Historically, clothing options have evolved, and this has led to many different types of clothing. Every event requires different clothing options as well as choices, depending on culture and beliefs.
Professional clothing should be formal, but dress for traveling, exercise wear, beachwear and safety apparel should not be legal. Religious and cultural factors determine one’s choice of attire.
The other purpose of clothing is to make you feel more beautiful and to interact with others. People even put on clothes for comfort and protection, for physical, psychological and social reasons. Clothes identifies you with other people, be self-confident and represents your personality.
Each person has their basic human needs. Meeting these needs is what gives contentment and enjoyment in life. One of the primary human need is clothing. You get to know yourself and others better by understanding more about clothing.
When the surface is exposed and revealed it becomes exposed making it easy for harsh climatic conditions like the rain, snow, wind, cold and heat to affect us. We can easily get injured at work or during in sports and that why clothing is essential. Clothing makes us feel comfortable by incorporating sweat, preventing colds and protects us from unintentional injuries, and rough surfaces. Putting on the right clothes, can insulate your body against unusually high or low temperatures.
People residing in icy places, stay warm by putting on fur clothing. These people avoid cold, because the hair can trap warmth from their bodies and it creates an insulator of warmth. People living in sweltering climate, such as desert nomads keep the harmful hot away, by covering up with long flowing robes and head scarfs. They put on lighter clothes to keep them more relaxed.
People wear some clothes like bullet-proof vests for safety reasons and to prevent accidents from happening. For safety purposes, fire-fighters, police officers, and road workers wear particular clothes.