Men typically wore a toga, and women wore a stola.
They wore Ecclesiastical robes stitched from Khadi.
Ginger Spice, Geri Halliwell, wore a Union Jack dress.
Prior to that he wore a replica of the Crown of Scotland.
They wore skins of animals and birds, and dwelt in caves.
Wives wishing for children wore them around their waists.
Many of these soldiers wore green and white Tudor colours.
People that were financially high in status also wore them.
The postman wore a characteristic leather hat, the petanus.
By the 17th century almost all Chinese wore cotton clothing.
Lotus cars wore the badge of the award for a number of years.
The suits they wore for this became a sort of uniform for them.
In Africa, the rich dressed in cotton while the poorer wore wool.
Women wore closed shoes of colors such as white, yellow, or green.
Singer David Bowie famously wore a coat worn in the style of Bull.
Margot Fonteyn wore Freed of London Ballet Pointe shoes in size 4.
He very often wore either an Old Etonian or a Brigade of Guards tie.
Instead, Hardie wore a plain tweed suit, a red tie and a deerstalker.
Senators wore tunics with broad red stripes, called tunica laticlavia.
He wore fancy jewelled swords to banquets or ambassadorial receptions.