1. 1. 1) Ancient Clothing
“Clothing can be and has in the past been made from a very wide variety of materials. Materials have ranged from leather and furs to woven materials, to elaborate and exotic natural and synthetic fabrics. Not all body coverings are regarded as clothing. Articles carried rather than worn (such as purses), worn on a single part of the body and easily removed (scarves), worn purely for adornment (jewelry), or those that serve a function other than protection (eyeglasses), are normally considered accessories rather than clothing, except for shoes.”
I suppose people in ancient times do hunting and cover themselves with fur coat of animals to keep warm. They also use clam shells as accessories. According to wikipedia, there are purses, jewellery and eye glasses as accessories as well.
2) Contemporary clothing
The Western dress code has changed over the past 500+ years. The mechanization of the textile industry made many varieties of cloth widely available at affordable prices. Styles have changed, and the availability of synthetic fabrics has changed the definition of “stylish”. In the latter half of the 20th century, blue jeans became very popular, and are now worn to events that normally demand formal attire. Activewear has also become a large and growing market.
There are also sportswear for a variety of sports such as swimming, tennis, badmintion and so on.
There is also fashionable wear like the one you see below which goes with the trends.
3) Future Clothing
Lets talk about the future of clothing. It would be healthy clothing. I know of a company called Netful that produces negative ion clothing. What is this negative ion? Kindly read the abstract below.
The included studies examined the therapeutic benefits of exposure to negative air ions on respiratory outcomes, such as ventilatory function and asthmatic symptoms. Study specific sample sizes ranged between 7 and 23, and studies varied considerably by subject characteristics (e.g., infants with asthma, adults with emphysema), experimental method, outcomes measured (e.g., subjective symptoms, sensitivity, clinical pulmonary function), analytical design, and statistical reporting.
Source -BioMed Central Ltd.
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)
From the excerpt above you can know that a research has been done on the benefits of negative ions.
I am excited to share a new type of clothing that uses the material called Teviron. It pushes out the bad ions and let the negative ions enter your body through the clothing. There are many testimonals. One particular testimonal is when I attended a talk and a lady who is a teacher shared that she has very bad eczema that her skin peels off. After wearing this negative ion clothing, she recovered totally.
List of Benefits of Negative Ion Clothing
1. Helps in Allergies
2. Cardiovascular System
3. High Blood Pressure
4. Menstrual Problem
10.Liver and Kidney Problem
They all can be slowly cured if you wear the clothing.
The 4 main benefits are purfiy blood, increase cellular metabolism, strengthen immune system and regulate autonomic nerve.
The material used is called Teviron.
Kindly Contact me at https://wa.me/6593790483 for more information on Teviron Clothing.
Income disclosure – I am a distributor of Netful Singapore, I earn comissions if you purchase products from me.