Why do people wear clothes ?
This question could have been asked yesterday or it could have been asked thousands of years ago and to be frank the answers can be so diverse. Clothing has existed since prehistoric times so no one these days really thinks twice about why we are all clothed from birth. People wear clothing for protection and if it’s cold outside; you want the biggest, warmest jacket in order to stay warm, so protecting you from the environment. Fashion is another reason but that depends on your style and your purse.
We also wear clothing for modesty, ever since Adam and Eve supposedly took a bite of the forbidden fruit, men and women have had a sense of immodesty if their bodies weren’t somewhat covered. People also wear clothing to show social status. Society perceives that those people who wear expensive designer brands to be high-class and wealthy. Then at the opposite end of the spectrum, people perceive those whose clothes may be from Asda or Tescos as being low-class, poor and inferior. Whether these judgements are intentional or unintentional, they’re being made all the time.
So what if we were all nude ?
If we were all nude, the only question you’d need to answer was whether it was hot or cold and whether you felt warm enough.
Some folk though don’t feel the cold at all !!!