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  1. 1. Ancient Fashion Nicole
  2. 2. Ancient Rome Fashion For Men And Boys • Roman men of good taste would wear a single ring as a fashion accessory. Also, long hair, beards, and mustaches were in back then. For clothing, Romans started wearing tunics. A tunic looks like a long tee shirt. In the summer, tunics were made out of linen and in wool for the winter. Boys wore a tunic down to their knees. They would also sometimes wear arm bracelets and braided hair.
  3. 3. Ancient Rome Fashion For Women And Girls • Romen woman loved ornate necklaces, pins, earrings, bracelets and friendship rings. There favourite was pearls. Along with thats, woman used to diy their hair a golden red or sometimes where it up. Along with that, they would carry around fans made out of peacock feathers. Also, for men and woman, they would used to wear sandals. Womans were brightly coloured and sometimes decorated with pearls. Girls wore a tunic with with a belt at the waist and when they went outside, they wore a tunic down to there feet. Children wore a special locket around their neck given to them at birth, called a bulla.
  4. 4. Pictures of Ancient Rome Fashion
  5. 5. Ancient Mesopotamia Fashion • Mesopotamia’s had good sewing skill so their clothes were pretty impressive for back then. Although no colour patters were ever found, they used appliques, dyes, beads and embroidery, among many others things to make their clothing more beautiful.
  6. 6. Pictures of Ancient Mesopotamia Fashion
  7. 7. Ancient China Fashion • There are three main types of traditional Chinese clothing: the pien-fu, the ch'ang-p'ao, and the shen-i. The pien-fu is an ancient two- piece ceremonial costume of a tunic-like top hitting at the knees and trousers extending to the ankles. The ch'ang-p'ao is a one-piece garment extending from the shoulders all the way to the ankles.
  8. 8. Pictures of Ancient China Fashion
  9. 9. Ancient Greece Fashion • Greek clothing was sold in the angora and the marketplace. You could also buy clothes but they were expensive. Most families made most, or all of their clothes. Their clothes were pretty straight forward. They used wool for winter and linen fabric for summer. They also dyed tunics and cloaks in bright colours and bleached some material to a bright white. Both men and women used perfume made by boiling flowers and herbs and wore hats for traveling.
  10. 10. Pictures of Ancient Greece Fashion
  11. 11. Ancient Egypt Fashion • All men wore a wrap-round skirt that was tied at the waist with a belt and rich Egyptian men were able to afford the best quality linen which was very fine and almost see-through. Egyptian women wore full length straight dresses with one or two shoulder straps. Ancient Egyptian children did not wear clothes until they were about six years old when they would wear the same clothes as men and women. The Ancient Egyptians went barefoot most of the time but wore sandals for special occasions or if their feet were likely to get hurt.
  12. 12. Pictures of Ancient Egypt Fashion
  13. 13. Modren Canada Fashion • The best part about fashion is how expressive and dramatic it can be. It’s really all about elegance and easiness in dressing. You want to be inspired by the classics, but with a modern twist. That might mean mixing unexpected fabrics together like silk, heavier, and quilted materials. Some colours and patterns for modern day fashion could include Rich burgundies, shades of cognac, pumpkin, cream, mustard, as well as meaningful prints like plaids, twills, brocade, lace and floras.
  14. 14. Pictures of Modern Canada Fashion
  15. 15. Bibliography • Websites I have used:! • Ancient Roman Clothing! • Mesopotamian Clothing - Fashion Encyclopedia! • Ancient China for Kids: Clothing - Ducksters! • Ancient Greek Clothing - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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