From the ’90s, when the term “I want a bra” became a catchphrase, to the first decade of the 21st century, we’ve seen our clothes and hairstyles change constantly.

In the process, we’re also changing how we look and talk.

And that has a big impact on how we think about what’s ‘normal’.

As fashion writers and consumers we’ve been fascinated by how the world of clothing has evolved over the years, and how we can relate to what’s new and unexpected.

For this series, Wired is sharing our research on the changing way people wear their clothes and how they talk about them.

Here’s how we’ve come to understand this new fashion world, and why we need to be more mindful of how we present ourselves to others.

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We’re more aware of our bodies in the world The first thing we notice about a person’s body is their clothing.

In fact, a recent study found that women wear less clothes in their everyday lives than men.

This is because men’s bodies are more exposed to light, and therefore more susceptible to being influenced by the light.

When a woman walks into a store, she is wearing clothes that she knows are going to be in the way.

As she approaches, she will see a different clothing line or brand, and she will feel that she’s not wearing the same clothes as the other women around her.

As we see in this article, we now spend more time in our daily lives in our clothes, not in the things we wear.

And, as we become more aware, our body-consciousness becomes a way of living our lives.

2.

Clothing and hairstyle is the new makeup This was a big part of the ’80s.

When we were kids, we would watch cartoons like The Simpsons or The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Cat.

There were these characters who had to wear makeup for all of the roles in the show.

Now, we are more likely to see people in our lives who are wearing a style that they’re comfortable with, or have an individual style.

It’s more important for women to look like that, says Gwen MacLeod, author of The Body in Our Clothing, and author of the blog, A Fashion Revolution.

When you’re young, we thought that we were just doing our best to fit in.

Now we see that that is not always the case.

3.

You wear a lot of clothes.

The more clothes you wear, the more your appearance changes.

This article from the journal Behaviour & Behavior Research in 2008 suggested that the amount of clothing we wear is linked to our appearance.

People who wear more clothes have a more masculine and feminine body image.

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We talk about clothes a lot, but we’re actually less interested in how we actually look.

In a study, we asked participants to describe what they would look like if they had a pair of glasses.

When asked what they thought they would be wearing if they were wearing glasses, only one in five people thought they’d be “pretty”.

So we’re really interested in what our bodies look like without glasses, says Joanna Ziegler, author and fashion expert.

In general, we don’t really pay much attention to our body in the clothes we wear, says Zieglin.

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We wear a LOT of different types of clothes We’re constantly changing our clothes to look different.

For instance, when we’re working out, we may be wearing a gym-shirt that’s shorter than we would wear if we were walking.

We’ll be wearing something with a little bit of a stretch in it, which is really fun, says Kelly Johnson, an assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and one of the authors of the study.

We also wear the same type of clothing for multiple days in a row.

For example, we might wear a long-sleeved shirt, and wear the opposite for a short-sleeve shirt, to emphasize that our body isn’t exactly the same.

We use different clothing styles for different things, like for the weekend, for social occasions, and for our daily work.

We may wear a pair the day before a business meeting, but if we have a meeting the next day, we will be wearing our same clothing for the entire weekend.

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You can wear more than one type of clothes in the same day When you have the opportunity to wear multiple different styles, like at a fashion show or a cocktail party, you will notice that you can wear as many different styles as you like.

In other words, it’s more likely that you’ll wear the exact same outfit for multiple occasions.

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We don’t wear the ‘perfect’ outfit at the same time Most people wear one type or style of clothing at the time of their wedding, birthday, or anniversary, says MacLeod.

But, because of the fashion industry, people