Different Types of Clothing for the Human Body
Clothing are objects worn around the human body. In most cases, clothing are made of textiles or natural fibers, but over the years it has come to include clothing made of animal skins and other artificial sheets of similar materials and natural materials found in the surroundings. Clothes are also made for specific purposes such as hunting, sport, work and formal occasions.
One of the most common examples of clothing used for informal uses are the jeans and trousers, which are basically two piece garments worn over trousers. Clothes are worn around the waist and the legs to protect them from being covered by other clothing. The term ‘jacket’ is derived from the French word ‘jul’, which means sleeve. Jackets may also be called a jacket or coat, which are usually of short sleeves and made from light weight materials. Other examples of jackets are the German jacket, the Mexican jacket, the British biker jacket, the British pop-up jacket, and the Prussian legionnaire jacket.
Another example of clothing that protects the human body is the leggings. Unlike a jacket, leggings do not cover the upper portion of the body; they are more like pants, with a mid-section. They are worn in cold weather to protect the legs and thighs from the chill of the snow and ice on the ground. However, this type of clothing can be worn in any season because it is essentially an alternative to pants and shorts. Clothing like this is a form of layering worn to accentuate the beauty of the skin.