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    The changing of sports clothing from the 1970s to today Sports clothing has changed considerably from when sports first came out in the late 60s to the early 70s. Sports clothing from the 1960s to today is incredibly different from the material used, the price and the style. Today's athletic wear focuses more on the sport than the fashion in today's world. It was the opposite less than a century ago. Tennis was a sport created as a game for monks to play. Men would wear full-length pants, ties, and soft sole shoes, they wore this until 1946. In the 1960s, women’s clothing included fur, bustles, and full-length skirts nothing along the lines of today where women wear light and moveable clothing. Clothes were made of heavy fabrics, such as serge and wool. Today they are made of polyester, nylon,…

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    Uniforms In Schools

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    Almost all kids go to school. Schools all over the world should be an enjoyable place. Uniforms do not make students happy, and they harm their learning. There are endless downfalls by having them. A school without uniforms will be more successful. Schools should not have uniforms because students cannot express their personality, they cannot dress for the weather, and students cannot express the sports or bands they like. Every person who attends school should have the right express who they…

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    Sportswear is a cloth that people are wear for casual outdoor such as sport activities. The cloth’s design is casually style, it let people feel comfortable when they wearing. People are mostly wear for informal activities, but also acceptable for business or social occasions. At the early of twenty-first century, sportswear is describe of comfortable attire because that sportswear’s design at that time are loosely on clothing and mainly developed for sport use. (Warner) When people think about…

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    Some places where it is deemed to be appropriate are for the gym, for use at home as pajamas, and even in sports. Whether you are sleeping, or just lounging around your house either by yourself or with family, you want something that is comfortable to wear. While you are working out, or maybe just doing some form of physical activity, you would want something that doesn’t restrict your movement, which leggings, yoga pants, and sweatpants are all good for. Although you will most likely still…

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    Upgrade Your Apparel

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    care for your clothing. 1. Know how to care your clothing. The easiest way to know how to care for your clothes is to read the labels. Following directions on your clothes prevents aging of your clothing prematurely. 2. Stains. The best remedy is prevention, don’t get stains on your clothes, but with life, this can be kind of problematic and is not realistic. The best option if you get stains on your clothing is pre-treat stains with water. 3. Dry clothing that is delicate by laying it flat. 4.…

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    The Great Depression Two sides of fashion • Poor vs very rich • Economic depression of Western world vs • 1930’s elegance, clothing trends determined by very wealthy, movie stars, celebrities, Hollywood • Combination: Simplicity & elegance The Great Depression on women’s fashion • Modesty both economically and culturally/fashionably • People felt less frivolous and adventurous with their clothing when enduring hard times; practical garments for daily wear • "Thrift is the spirit of the day.…

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    The Fantastic Ways Fashion Can Boost Your Mood Fashion lovers are passionate about clothing and often claim it’s more than just an outfit to wear. Clothes are a lifestyle – a way to show the world who you are all about. They can tell a story about who you are and even what you do. But can they also boost your mood? Colours affect your mood One of the clearest examples of clothing influencing your mood is through the colours you wear. Different coloured clothing has been shown to affect your…

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    Who Wears the Pants? Clothing has long been a medium used to dictate and define gender throughout history. What women wear has often been regulated by the government or the church. Women started wearing pants during World War II when they were aiding in the war effort by working jobs that were typically male dominated. Though women more regularly wore pants, they were still thought of as masculine attire as shown in the Norman Rockwell’s “Rosie the Riveter” painting, scrutinizing women for…

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    force students to wear uniforms. First of all, some clothes that students wear are too revealing. Kids come to school sometimes with shorts that do not cover their bottoms, guys have their pants sagging, and some girls wear shirts that reveal their chest area. Sports have uniforms that may show objects that should not be shown. For example, volleyball players are required to wear spandex to play in but some spandex do not cover their entire behind. Another sport that wears a uniform that does…

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    Against Dress Code

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    Affordability, increased focused and equality for all! By eliminating the current dress code and replacing it with uniforms we can finally create a more welcoming school environment for students of all kinds. In terms of affordability, the average cost of a school uniforms is between $100-125 according to howmuchisit.org a company that uses sources such as the Wall street journal, Bloomberg and CNN. According to teenage research unlimited, the average amount of money female students spend on…

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