Clothing of Indus Valley Civilization
The clothing of the people who lived in the Indus Valley civilizations tended to be quite simple. The men who worked outside of the homes often wore a baggy sort of pair of shorts called a loin cloth. Pictures on items like seals also show women wearing dresses that covered most of their bodies although occasionally they are depicted as topless. Men with money probably wore clothing items called tunics. These were paired with sandals. The fashion of the Indus Valley people consisted of loin cloth for men, wrap skirts and shoulder shoals for women, sandals made of cloth and wood and clothes made of cotton and woollen yarn. Others include ornaments, necklaces, fillets, armlets as well as finger rings.