They wear jumpers
trousers made from wool and a tunic which was knee height
They were called the "sans-culottes", because they did not wear "culottes" which were the type of undergarments that aristocratic Frenchmen usually wore. Instead, they typically wore trousers.
Thay had leather jackets , muskets (these guns) and they had boots. Aoart from that they also had gun powder? < not sure on that but yeah . They didnt have helmets but instead they had hats. Basically its a little like puss in boots
In the Tudor times poor peoples clothes was tatty and dirty as they had to were them all the time Rich peoples clothes were dirty During the week but at the weekend there had there Sunday best on so looked smart
they wore chaps, hats, boots, uniforms and carried swords some had uniforms if they wore it the coat had to be blue Continental soldiers in the time of the revolution wore either blue or brown and minutemen in the early stages of the war fought with whatever they were wearing
you can wear a light blue or white shirt
a light blue blouse with a dark blue scarf
yes colors are best the same complimentary or opposing as shown by color
Yeah i bet so. Except for their trousers and their underwear. LOL>!
Because they are ugly and gay so that's why they don't wear trousers.
They wear jeans.
Braces, bracelet, baggy trousers, boots, blue socks, bowler hat, bob hat, blue suede shoes.
Levi Strauss didn't invent pants/trousers as such. That general group of leg wear had been around for centuries at least. Levi Strauss is generally considered the inventor of the type of pants/trousers known as (blue) jeans.
Trousers and its not Trousers or Trainers
The Scottish national sport teams wear dark blue with white.