GENERAL CLASSIFICATION OF CLOTHING
Classically, clothes are divided into categories based on weather conditions, the purpose of putting on, the functions that it should perform, the principle of creation, the type of production, etc. But first of all, clothes are grouped as follows:
Further criteria for division are according to the parts of the trunk on which it is worn. There are two types: shoulder (support goes to the shoulders, for example, jumpers, T-shirts, dresses, etc.) and waist (fixed on the belt, respectively, jeans, pants, etc.) clothing.
By function , garments can be systematized as:
outerwear is worn over the “first layer”, not counting underwear. These can be, for example, coats, jackets, vests, etc.;
light outerwear is just the same “first layer” that is worn over underwear. Shirts, trousers, T-shirts, etc. are meant here;
corsets and bras are referred to as corset things that are designed to create the desired silhouette or support the spine;
underwear, in turn, is mainly hygienic in purpose.