Clothes as an identity


Clothes are not just used to cover the body, they also determine of what you think about yourself and also what you want to tell others  about yourself . There are so many cultures and each culture has a unique  style of clothing. For example, if we see a women wearing a saree  (that is a big piece of cloth which a women drape around herself), we can clearly make out that she’s an Indian or when we a man wearing a red color gown, we instantly can guess that he’s a monk. The way people accessories themself, like permanent tattoos, body piercing,  tongue piercing etc, is a way to tell people arount them. if we look  from sociological point of view, peoples attitude is depicted with what they wear. When a person wants to be a part of a rock band, he’ll probably will dress up like a pop star. Similarly clothes symbolises a person’s attitude and to which society he belongs.


One Response to “Clothes as an identity”

  1. lmaple2013 Says:

    I completely agree with this. Nice view of this aspect of clothing. It’s so true that our attitudes are reflected in what they wear. I also hadn’t thought about how it depicts what society we belong to me. Good job! 🙂

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