We can’t tell you the exact number of women wearing dresses, skirts, or pants in any given region of the world, but if we do, you can be pretty sure there are thousands.
The Women, The People, The City and the Sea are the places where the women’s fashion is most prevalent, and the places that it’s most vibrant, and we’re not just talking about the women wearing t-shirts and tank tops.
They’re also dressing in t-shirt and tank, or wearing a skirt and blouse.
In the Middle Eastern and North African region, women’s clothes are made up of a mix of fabrics and styles, and they’re often made from the same cloth.
And while the Middle-East and North-Africa region is often referred to as “The World’s Womb,” that doesn’t mean there aren’t women who are working to change it.
This year, The National Geographic Women’s Fashion and Style series aims to change that.
This is a special issue that explores the stories behind some of the most memorable women’s apparel styles, as well as the history behind them.
Here’s the complete look at the Middle Ages, 10th and 11th centuries, from the Middle and Near East.
The History of the Dress and its Origins