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The history of dress goes back to the origins of civilization. And the most basic part of clothes were the first to provide protection and warmth for people from the wind, rain, cold, heat, and insects. Of course, in addition to this, they are also an expression of the personality of the individual, and even can become tools of art.
Possibly one of the oldest trends was to wear a special fabric that made the person who was wearing it much more distinctive, as well as strengthened their memory and morale. The opposite side is also true, when people became more wealthy and able to afford clothes, they put a mark on their clothing, or dress.
Ancient Greek clothing
The picture of the ancient Greek warriors with their distinctive, long, straight hair and their distinctive dress called the chiton and the himation appears in art at least from the 4th century.
The chiton was a dress made from a sheet of cloth that reached to the ankles, worn by men and women alike, although the women's version of the garment tended to be longer than that of the men's. It was usually made from pure wool. The girdle of the chiton was another characteristic of the ancient Greek style of clothing, and it was often made from the same material as the cloth of the chiton.
The men of ancient Greece wore a himation that covered the body down to the feet. This garment, too, was often made of wool, but it was worn with a short, sleeveless jacket over it.
Ancient Greeks had one type of dress for day and another for night. The clothing worn at night was heavy and rich. The differences in the clothing worn by men and women were quite obvious. The attire of a female was composed of a linen shift and a chiton, while the male's was a himation and a chiton.
The ancient Greek woman's shoes were also of a particular style. Shoes were made of leather and did not have very high heels, nor were they overly decorated.
In addition to these basic pieces of clothing, there were also accessories that were worn. These included several types of headwear, including a tightly fitting helmet with a broad brim. This, of course, was designed to keep the head warm and dry, and this was the kind of headgear worn by soldiers in the army.
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