Some people say that it is possible to tell a lot about a person’s culture and character from their choice of clothes. Do you agree or disagree?

While the primary purpose of a dress is to protect
one
individual's body,
nevertheless
it is thought by people that the customs and
behaviors
manner of acting or controlling yourself
behaviours
behaviour
of people can be assumed by the preference of dressing style. Though I do not accord with the idea that explaining a lot about the culture and character of
one
person just by seeing her/his clothes, especially in terms of preferring more common styles and An argument to put forward in
favor
promote over another
favour
of absorbing a common dressing pattern is that choices of most of the people's wearables do not remain unique because they are becoming so urbanized and professional in these days.
Consequently
, traditional and fashionable outfits are not only
comfortable but
Accept comma addition
comfortable, but
also
costly and
one
or two clothing styles, which are more available, tend to be selected more.
This
can be seen by the growing number of men who are selecting shirts and pants
first
instead
of traditional option "
genji
Suggestion
Genji
" and "
lungi
sit or recline comfortably
lounge
". There is,
however
, another way of arguing is that due to globalization almost anyone can put on any type of dress anywhere.
In addition
, if
one
non-
muslim
of or relating to or supporting Islamism
Muslim
decides to wear the "
punjabi
the Indic language spoken by most people in Punjab in northwestern India
Punjabi
" and "pajama", he/she
can not
can not
cannot
be the same. As an illustration, when the celebration of Chinese year comes, even foreigners buy and try out the dresses from China. All the things considered, I am inclined to restate that most of the assumptions of
one
's
behavior
manner of acting or controlling yourself
behaviour
and culture will go wrong if they have been made out of her/his choice of dressing.
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