Fashion
By Ariella
Fashion in Canada
CANADA
Fashion in Canada ranges from variety of different styles. But mainly, Canadians wear
the same ki...
Fashion in Ancient Mesopotamia
MESOPOTAMIA
Fashion in Mesopotamia, was mostly all made of natural resources. They wore clo...
Fashion in Ancient Egypt
EGYPT
Most kids under the age of six didn’t wear any clothes. After the age of six
they would sta...
Fashion In Greece
GREECE
Greek clothes were either homemade, or bought in the angora (market).
The clothes were made out o...
Vikings
VIKINGS
The vikings wore clothes made from coarse cloth and wool.
They were very good at weaving, so they were abl...
Web Site
View live Web page
Able Media. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb/
showcase/dlottmesopotam...
Web Site"Egypt Fashion." Fashion in Ancient Egypt. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014.
<http://www.crystalinks.com/egyptclothing....
Socials project fashion By Ariella
Socials project fashion By Ariella
Socials project fashion By Ariella
Socials project fashion By Ariella
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  1. 1. Fashion By Ariella
  2. 2. Fashion in Canada CANADA Fashion in Canada ranges from variety of different styles. But mainly, Canadians wear the same kind. Since most of the year its cold, Canadians tend to wear warmer clothes. What Girls wear: For pants, we wear jeans, or leggings. For shoes people wear, Uggs, combats or Toms. All girls wear different styles of tops, but most commonly, tops are either plain, or have a short saying on them. If its for something fancy, girls wear dresses or skirts. What do boys wear: For pants, many boys choose to wear Adidas pants ,jeans and similar items. For shoes, they mainly wear sneakers. And for tops they usually wear shirts with logos on them, or a graphic tee.
  3. 3. Fashion in Ancient Mesopotamia MESOPOTAMIA Fashion in Mesopotamia, was mostly all made of natural resources. They wore clothes made of flax, or sheep wool. The men wore long gowns from their shoulders to ankles. Woman wore their hair long and down, braided, or wrapped around their head. Men usually wore their hair clean, or long with a beard. Some of the rich people wore bright colourful clothing. As did a few of the princesses. Girls and boys both wore a lot of jewelry. It was very important to them. Mostly it was earrings, bracelets, rings or necklaces. Most of the jewelry that was worn was made out of silver or gold. They were also made of stones. The most precious stones were lapis lazuli and the carnelian. During a celebration or a special event, extra jewelry
  4. 4. Fashion in Ancient Egypt EGYPT Most kids under the age of six didn’t wear any clothes. After the age of six they would start to wear clothes so they could protect their skin from the intense heat. Men wore very simple outfits. They had worn a shendyt, which is a wrap around skirt. At the waist they would be belted or gathered in the front. Women wore sheath dresses called kalasiris. They wore dresses that were held up by one or two straps. Over the dress they would wear items of clothes like shawls, robes or a cape.
  5. 5. Fashion In Greece GREECE Greek clothes were either homemade, or bought in the angora (market). The clothes were made out of different items depending on the seasons. So in the summer, they wore light clothes made out of linen. And in the winter the clothes were made out of warm wool. The clothes were dyed bright colours. And some material was bleached to a bright white colour. The clothing was decorated or bedazzled with geometric shapes to represent their city. Other clothes were just plain and very simple. They also wore hats that were used for traveling. The hats also included a chin strap. Men and women all wore jewelry and perfume. The perfume was made by boiling flowers.
  6. 6. Vikings VIKINGS The vikings wore clothes made from coarse cloth and wool. They were very good at weaving, so they were able to create really nice, fine and strong fabric. They were very expensive. Children and women turned wool into yarn. They used all natural dyes from special plants to give their clothes some colour. In the winter they hunted animals and used their fur to keep them nice and warm. The skins of the animals were also turned into leather.
  7. 7. Web Site View live Web page Able Media. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb/ showcase/dlottmesopotamia4.html>. Created: 05/11/14 12:40 PM Edit Copy Delete In-text reference Web Site View live Web page Ancient Greek. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://www.ancientgreece.com/s/ Clothing/>. Created: 05/11/14 12:43 PM Edit Copy Delete In-text reference Web Site View live Web page Ancient Greek Clothing. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://greece.mrdonn.org/clothing.html>. Created: 05/11/14 12:42 PM Edit Copy Delete In-text reference Photo or Image (Born Digital) View live Web page "Egypt Fashion." Fashion in Ancient Egypt. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://www.crystalinks.com/egyptclothing.html>. Created: 05/11/14 01:46 PM Edit Copy Delete
  8. 8. Web Site"Egypt Fashion." Fashion in Ancient Egypt. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://www.crystalinks.com/egyptclothing.html>. Created: 05/11/14 01:46 PM Edit Copy Delete In-text reference Photo or Image (Born Digital) View live Web page "Fashion." Clothing in Ancient Egypt. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://historylink101.com/n/egypt_1/a-clothing.htm>. Created: 05/11/14 01:39 PM Edit Copy Delete In-text reference Photo or Image (Born Digital) View live Web page "Fashion." follow the l. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2014. <http://netpros.ca/ suspended.html>. Created: 05/11/14 01:21 PM Edit Copy Delete In-text reference Photo or Image (Born Digital)

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