Would some worry about their inadequacies?
Too large, too small, too fat, too thin and so on?
Would plastic surgeons then be the next fashion designers?
Would tattooing be more fashionable or accepted because it is a decoration of otherwise starkness?
Picture office workers, garbage collectors, politicians, doctors, teachers, students, soldiers, everyone, all in the packaging they were brought into this world in.
What do you think would happen?
Again, who invented clothing anyway?
Was it just simply something that was necessary for certain climates and it just become some sort of statement?
Do native cultures in warm climates have it better for only wearing the bare (as in bear naked...wait a minute does fur count and if so then bears are not naked at all) minimum?
You see, being from the east coast of America, I only know what is acceptable (as in not being arrested for indecent exposure.)
There are no local beaches here that I am aware of that allow nudity.
Bathing suits, no matter how skimpy, are allowed, so what is the difference if one is only using band-aids, per se, as coverage?
Why are men allowed to go topless but women are not?
What is wrong with female breasts that they must be covered at all times?
As I said, you can wear something with a plunging neckline, or even pasties, but if female, you are not allowed to show your nipples (well, that is not completely true because you can wear something almost sheer and get away with it as long as no one complains...but I am sure someone will.) Where is the logic in that?
In other words, you can be almost nude.
But not totally nude.
Cover your nipples, cover most of your bottom and all is well...strut about completely nude and you'll end up in jail.