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Islam has got no fixed standards of dress as dress is regulated by necessities according to geographical conditions of countries. In cold conditions, warm clothes are necessary for the protection of the body. Similarly, in hot countries, thin clothes are mostly the norm. This does not mean that we take to wearing clothes so thin, that wearing just them reaches almost to nakedness, which is undoubtedly unlawful in Islam.

Our main object of wearing clothes is covering our satr (private parts) and protection of the body from hot and cold conditions. The satr has been defined as the parts of the person which is indecent to expose. For a man this is what consists between the navel and the knee. It is the entire body for a female except the palms.
(06:30) Mon, 6 Jul 15
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i'm busy moving 8 topics regarding clothes to faith forum. You could have made one topic , and added all you wanted to regarding clothes in it. And "islam has no fixed standard of dress" is a bit of a silly comment considering all the topics regarding. . .clothes.
(17:23) Mon, 6 Jul 15