Clothing in world’s culture—novelty special use

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Did you ever wonder why we wear what we wear? Our apparel has a special use. Much more than covering bodies.

Novelty Special Use—roles of wear

Depending on the person, clothes could have other priority roles. Someone treats wear as a layer which protects it against the cold, wind or rain. Others use outfits to show their personality or even achieve goals. Finally, someone only wants to feel comfortable.

Moreover, we specially use different clothes depending on the situation or purpose.

Novelty Special Use – stage Dance Wear

Special usage of costumes and accessories concern mainly dancers or actors. To get into characters they use appropriate outfits, like colorful t-shirts, shorts, skirts or hats to look younger. Playing rich people (businessman, President) usually wear suits, ties or long, toned dresses. To look as homeless could use torn and dirty pants, shirts or jackets. Ballet dancers need special outfits like ballet shoes, tutu dresses, and bodysuits. Latino, Chinese folk, flamenco dancers also use special dresses and skirts.

Novelty Special Use – work wear uniforms

Actors and dancers aren’t only occupations which need to use special clothing. Working as doctors, surgeons, nurses, and dentists you need to wear uniforms, hats or clogs. Chefs, waitresses need to wear jackets and aprons, because they demand compliance with hygiene rules. Hiding on the ground is enabled due to military trousers or jackets.

Novelty Special Use – school uniforms

Children are the main group which try to avoid repetitive apparels. Sweaters, skirts and shirts, the same for all children in school, often are a nightmare for them. Kids to show their personality specially use intensive colors of jackets or sneakers and uncover too much surface of body.

Novelty Special Use – traditional cultural wear

Nowadays people wear what they want and traditional clothes are only for cultural occasions. In the past outfits were used to indicate rank of status. For example, in traditional Hawaiian society high-ranking chiefs are the only profession who could wear palaoa and feather cloaks. Another example of regulations and restrictions of social outfits pertain to China. Before the establishment of the republic, only the emperor could wear yellow. In some religions, like Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Islam and Jainism cleanliness of religious dresses indicates purity. Turbans are a traditional element of wear in religion called Sikhism.

Novelty Special Use – exotic apparel

Moreover, clothes special usage are showing of sexual desires. Some partners like to dress up to boost imagination and temptation. Typical elements are sexy open underpants, erotic bodysuits or uniforms.

As you see, choice of wear depends on occasion or situation. Furthermore, it influences self- confidence and perception of being attractive.

Workwear and school uniforms, traditional apparels, costumes, accessories and erotic elements of wardrobe you will find in our shops.

Written by Megan Taylor
Megan is a beauty expert who is passionate about all things makeup and glam! Her love for makeup has brought her to become a beauty pro at Glamour Garden Cosmetics.