Saturday, March 5, 2011
The First Skin
Human way of living is not the same as it was in the olden days. As days goes by it is obvious that the changes are to be anticipated. Not only in the way of living but also in the way we present ourselves into the crowd or to the world. The awareness and the usage of the First skin or the dress materials had got increased during the nineteenth century.
The record of first skin holds within the dresses worn in a mixture of places at different time frames and the ways by which those clothes were prepared or acquired. For example, if we speak about the Indian way of dressing, the first things which come across are the culture, religion and also the language.
During Ancient times, people in India use to wear dresses like Dhotis, saris to cover themselves and to present themselves to others. Moving forward the generations have started to get used to the western way of clothing. The pant shirts, churidar or gown, professional suits, salwar materials are some of the most widely used. Indians normally use to purchase various types and categories of dress materials whenever they are about to celebrate a marriage festivals.
Marriages in India are one of the most expensive festivals in the world and that is due to the reason that the people of India are as miscellaneous as the countryside of this immeasurable country. The attire used during marriage festivals nowadays are even more advanced than the olden days. People have started using sherwanis, churidhar or salwar materials and suits and marriage gowns when it comes to Christian marriages.
Though the materials are quite expensive the people in India do purchase that since they do not want to compromise in their attires. Other than that occasions the other kind of first skins used in India are Salwar Kameez accompanies by a dupatta for youth girls and saris when it comes to elderly women. Pant shirt being a formal wear for men, jean and t-shirts are considered to be a casual wear. The images attached above are some of the samples of modern ethnic wears used in India.