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    Early Medieval Western dress and modern Islamic clothing have many similarity and many differences. For one, modern Islamic clothing is growing more and more
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      Early Medieval Western dress and modern Islamic clothing have many
      similarity and many differences. For one, modern Islamic clothing is
      growing more and more hip to the trends all around the world.
      Islamic clothing at one were very conservative, and in many place
      still is, however as time progresses fashion being to change
      allowing more flexibility in fashion for them. They focus on modest
      clothing without sacrificing high style. Islamic clothing includes
      long shirts in the season's hottest styles and colors, with tapered
      fits that do not hug the figure. Add a
      Our modest formal dresses and evening gowns feature rich hand-woven
      fabrics, hand embroidery, and completely cover your body in style.
      Every dress comes with a coordinating wrap for adorning your head or
      can be worn as a stole for added drama.
      Medieval history traditionally begins with the fall of the
      Western Roman Empire in AD 476. The transition from classical to the
      medieval clothing was more gradual. Both sexes of the upper classes
      wearing the tunic as the basic garment. In the West, the invasions
      from the north brought trousers, fitted tunics, and hoods, but it
      was nearly three centuries before any recorded Western style evolved
      from the interaction of Roman and northern European forms of dress.
      Some of the advantages of wearing Islamic clothing would be
      that it is more conservative and it more appropriate in many cases.
      Some disadvantages may be the vials that are wore might
      unconformable in the heat.
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