In Ancient Egypt, clothes were made
of linen, ranging anywhere from a very coarse to a very fine texture. They
had different clothes for different events.
For example, when doing labor the men wore a loincloth and the women wore short skirts.
During the summer, children went around nude and and in winter, they wore wraps and cloaks.
Noblemen sometimes wore beaded dresses. Although most people went around barefoot
they wore sandals on special occasions.