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18th Century Fashion

Summary: 18th Century Fashion: Why We Wear Clothes
Fashion in the 18th century

Why do we wear clothes? At first glance, that may seem obvious. We wear clothes because we have to wear clothes, society expects it of us. We wear different clothes for different occasions, we wear the clothes that we can afford, and we wear the clothes our jobs expect us to wear. These ways have not changed since the 18th century. Fashion even affects religion and politics. Religious people have to wear certain clothes to show their religion. For example Jews wear yam micas. It's part of their religion.

In the 18th century, the Pope in a Roman Catholic church wore all white. When one would go visit him they would wear black. "The color white is considered the preeminent color. Since the color, white, is comprised of all colors, and black is a lack of color, white is considered most powerful...

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