Diggers would have worn heavy trousers and boots. They would not have had many articles of clothing and would have worn the same things day after day.
The Aleuts traditionally wore clothing made of bird skins and animal furs. Their clothing was designed to protect them in the harshest climates.
A party where the party-goers do not wear any clothing on their bottom half, but do wear a top. I.e. it is the opposite of going "topliss"
animal skins, pelts, and buffalo. The fur was important because they used it for trading
Many children wore long coats and their shoes had buckles instead of strings. Ribbons were also popular on clothing.
they used to wear pioneer-like clothing lenaboo and blonndee:bby roxx fashion
they wear loads of types of clothes in the olden days including sweatshirts.
One of the clothing rules in the 1800's were : when a woman is in publc she must wear a hat and carry an umbrella.
old looking clothes because it was the old times =p
i dont know actually
old fashion tops!!
They wear clothes just like us and they (in the olden days) wore clogs for farming. Clogs are wooden - no cushioning - shoes that would have been very uncomfortable and tiresome on their feet.
Sandals, high heels and i don't no what else
Most digger usually wore long sleeves and sturdy material clothing; boots were also common for protecting the feet. However the need for sturdy clothing was taken into consideration by Levi Strauss who invented the Levi's Jeans brand for gold diggers.
fluffy pants,puffy dresses,bonnets,aprons
In the olden days people wore big sticky out skirts with hoops but now people wear really tiny slips of clothing no bigger than your nans hankie, simple as really.