Clothing – Fundamental Needs Research


Explore the evolution of clothing from ancient times to modern times as you delve into the fundamental human need for clothing:

  • Explore the diverse materials, techniques, and styles employed by different cultures across the globe.
  • Discover the ingenious inventions that have shaped the world of fashion, from the humble needle to the transformative sewing machine.
  • Trace the chronological development of clothing, from the rudimentary garments of our ancestors to the intricate designs of modern times.


Time periods represented:

  • Prehistory
  • Mesopotamia
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Ancient Greece
  • Ancient Rome
  • Middle Ages
  • European Renaissance
  • Industrial Revolution

16 hand-drawn images of period correct clothing. Each card shows a man and a woman. People in topless outfits are not “anatomically correct.”

The back of the card has a label for sorting and a few short paragraphs for research. I tried to focus on inventions and technologies rather than just fashion.

These cards are designed to work with the Fundamental Needs charts that I sell, but should be compatible with any chart.

Print double sided on letter size paper. Cut to 4″x6″ final size.


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