The variety of dress is immense. The style that a particular individual selects is often linked to that person’s sex, age, socioeconomic status, culture, geographic area, and historical era.

Dress code is very important for man or a woman everywhere. The most obvious function of a dress is to provide warmth and protection. Many scholars believe, however, that the first crude garments worn by humans were designed not for utilitarian but for religious or ritual purposes.

One of the primitive functions of a dress is in identifying the wearer by providing information about sex, age and making the wearer appear more attractive.
Clothes that are deemed desirable in one period are declared downright ugly in the next.

A dress, also known as a frock or a gown is a garment traditionally worn by women or girls. It consists of a skirt with an attached bodice with an attached top piece which covers the torso and hangs down over the legs.

A dress can be any one- piece garment containing a skirt of any length, and can be formal or casual and vary in color.

In western countries, a “formal” or white tie dress code typically means tailcoats for men and full-length evening dresses with opera length gloves for women.
A most formal dress for women is full-length ball or evening gowns.

A basic dress is a usually dark-colored dress of simple design which can be worn with various accessories to suit different occasions. Like using scarves, jewelry, belts and jackets can be worn with basic dress.
It can be considered as the go-to-ready dress and is suitable for any occasion with minimal effort and a elegant look.

A bodycon dress is a tight figure- hugging dress, often made from stretchy material. The name derives from “body confidence” or, originally, “body conscious”, transformed into Japanese in the 1980s as “bodycon”.

A party dress is a dress worn especially for a party. Any kind of party would tend to require different styles of dress. One classic style of party dress for women in modern society is the little black dress.