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Males Are Typically Allowed to Bare Their Chests in A Greater Variety of Public Places
In most cultures, gender differentiation of clothing is considered appropriate for men and women.
The differences are in styles, colors and fabrics.
In Western societies, skirts, dresses and high-heeled shoesare usually seen as women's clothing, while neckties are usually seen as men's clothing. 
Trousers were once seen as exclusively male clothing, but are nowadays worn by both genders.
Male clothes are often more practical (that is, they can function well under a wide variety of situations), but a wider range of clothing styles are available for females.
Males are typically allowed to bare their chests in a greater variety of public places.
It is generally acceptable for a woman to wear traditionally male clothing, while the converse is unusual.
In some cultures, sumptuary laws regulate what men and women are required to wear.
Islam requires women to wear more modest forms of attire, usually hijab.
What qualifies as "modest" varies in different Muslim societies.
However, women are usually required to cover more of their bodies than men are.
Articles of clothing Muslim women wear for modesty range from the headscarf to the burqa.
Men may sometimes choose to wear men's skirts such as togas or kilts, especially on ceremonial occasions.
Such garments were (in previous times) often worn as normal daily clothing by men.
When Tradesy launched in late 2012, only 3 percent of women had ever sold clothing online, the company said.
Now that number has grown to between 14 and 17 percent, as the resale market has grown since 2013 from $14 billion to $34 billion.
Venture capital hasn't missed the shift and is betting on this new subsection of retail as stock prices of traditional retailers slide to multi-year lows.
GGV Capital has a stake in Poshmark, which takes a 20 percent fee for items sold through its site that are priced at $15 or more.
Although the site is currently only available in the U.S., the venture capital firm expects its business model will be easily expanded globally.
“I don’t think you’re going to see a lot of competition from Amazon for home improvement type products,” says Paul Ellickson, a professor of marketing and economics at the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Business.

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