Why Do We Wear Clothing, Anyway?
There's no easy way to determine when clothing was first developed, but some information inferred by studying lice estimates its introduction at roughly 42,000 - 72,000 years ago. Physically, these hats, jackets, scarves, and the like serve many purposes in addition to their perceived mental and spiritual value. They can act as protection from the elements and enhance safety during hazardous activities like hiking and cooking, and protect the wearer from rough surfaces, rash-causing plants, insect bites, splinters, thorns, and prickles. Plus, an Infinity Gauntlet wallet is a mighty nice place to stash your cash!
Coats and other attire can insulate against cold or hot conditions, and they can provide a hygienic barrier, keeping infectious and toxic materials away from the body. Clothing also affords protection from ultraviolet radiation from the sun, although a nifty Hufflepuff pom beanie, a porg tie, or an Eye of Agamotto necklace probably won't help much in that regard.
It's the Thing to Do
Wearing clothing is also a social norm, as being deprived of same in front of others might be somewhat embarrassing, and wearing nothing but your fabulous Death Eater LED watch in public could be seen as indecent exposure and get you in trouble with the law!
The Choices Here Are Almost Infinite!
There are many, many different types of garb, ranging from outerwear, activewear, sportswear, and playwear to loungewear and sleepwear. They're available in a myriad of styles, including the latest pop-culture
themes, so whatever your "bag," you'll probably find it easy to shop and a cinch to locate the "wear" you desire in this section of the Entertainment Earth website. And while you're at it - just for the pure fun of it - pick up a really cool Sailor Jupiter, Ewok, Pokeball, Stark shield, Game Boy, or other backpack to carry all this stuff in!