Some articles on clothes:
... I had changes of clothes – I had wet clothes and dry clothes, and in the middle of the forest the girls would stand around me in their parkas and I'm putting the wet clothes on and putting on the muddy ...
... was the common item used to make clothing, while the rich could afford silk clothes ... Silk clothes found in Han tombs include padded robes, double-layered robes, single-layered robes, single-layered skirts, shoes, socks, and mittens ... suitcases found in Han tombs contained clothes and luxury items such as patterned fabric and embroidery, common silk, damask and brocade, and the leno (or gauze) weave, all with ...
... Lazarus, he objects to richly decorated clothes Clothes decorated with religious images, worn by laymen it seems, are also condemned having found some idle and extravagant ... But if they take my advice let them sell those clothes and honor the living image of God ... Asterius as an Iconoclast, but his objection to images on clothes is on the grounds of expense and frivolity ...
... This is due to a belief that many women wouldn't purchase clothes intended for only a few months of wearing ... In 2006, Kate Bostock of Marks Spencer said the demand for maternity clothes was growing because "Nowadays women are working during pregnancy, and travelling, and ...
... His characteristics are wearing Army clothes and uniforms, acting like a commander, as well as his use of vocabulary, including words like "Arch-rival" and "ambush" ... historical examples when he talks, and wears camouflage clothes ... He wears girly clothes, a long haired green wig, and cat ears, which, when paired with a mustache, provides comical relief for watchers ...
Famous quotes containing the word clothes:
“Eclecticism is the degree zero of contemporary general culture: one listens to reggae, watches a western, eats McDonalds food for lunch and local cuisine for dinner, wears Paris perfume in Tokyo and retro clothes in Hong Kong; knowledge is a matter for TV games. It is easy to find a public for eclectic works.”
—Jean François Lyotard (b. 1924)
“Huw: Bron, would you have me to live in this house, and have my wages?
Bronwen: Your home is with your mother.
Huw: It was she who sent me.
Bronwen: From pity.
Huw: No, from sense. If you put clothes on night and morning, let them be my clothes.
Bronwen: Good old man.”
—Philip Dunne (19081992)
“Maria: When we enter the Abbey, our worldly clothes are given to the poor.
Colonel Von Trapp: What about this one?
Maria: The poor didnt want this one.”
—Ernest Lehman (b. 1920)