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“Real” trousers and tights increasingly replaced the prevalent use of the hose (clothing) which like stockings covered only the legs and had to be attached with garters to underpants or a doublet.
A skirt-like garment to cover the crotch and bottom was no more necessary.
In Ancient Greece the simple, sleeved T-shaped tunics were constructed of three seamed tubes of cloth, a style that originated in the Semitic Near East, along with the Semitic-based word khiton, also referred to as a chiton.
The Romans adopted many facets of Greek culture including the same manner of dressing. The Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Franks and other people of Western and Northern Europe continued this fashion well into the Middle Ages, as can be seen in the Bayeux Tapestry.
From the early Victorian era, there was a decline in the wearing of bright colours and luxurious fabrics by men, with a definite preference for sobriety of dress. “Henceforth trousers became the ultimate clothing for men to wear, while women had their essential frivolity forced on them by the dresses and skirts they were expected to wear”.
In the 1960s, there was widespread reaction against the accepted North American and European conventions of male and female dress.
This unisex fashion movement aimed to eliminate the sartorial differences between men and women.
Men′s dresses were buttoned on the front and women′s dresses got a décolletage.
The lower part of men′s dresses were much shorter in length than those for women.