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Women in ancient Rome wore the sweat of Gladiators to improve their beauty and complexion.
The band Abba wore ridiculous outfits to avoid Sweden’s taxes, which allowed deductions for clothing if it wasn’t meant to be used every day.
Queen Victoria was the first woman who wore a white dress at her wedding.
During the 16th century and until the late 19th, young boys in the Western world wore gowns or dresses up until the age of eight.
The Versace dress Jennifer Lopez wore to the 2000 Grammy Awards sparked the creation of Google Images.
George Washington never wore a wig: his hair was naturally long and lustrous, although he did use powder to make it white.
Abraham Lincoln wore size 14 shoes, the biggest in U.S. president history.
Ninjas never wore black. Mostly they wore the inconspicuous clothing of peasants, merchants, traveling priests, etc.
Sean Connery wore a toupee in all of the James Bond movies because he started balding at age 21.
Michael Jackson’s autopsy report confirmed he was bald and wore wigs to conceal it.
Actor Daniel Radcliffe once wore the same outfit for 6 months to make paparazzi angry.
Michael Jordan was fined US$5000 for every game that he wore Air Jordans, as the shoes violated NBA policies. But he made an estimated US$90 million in 2013 alone, mostly from NIKE.
Louis Armstrong wore a Star of David pendant to honor the Jewish family who treated him as one of the family.
Elvis Presley wore a cross, a star of David and the Hebrew letter chai because he didn’t want to “miss out on heaven due to a technicality.”
Babe Ruth wore a cabbage leaf under is cap to keep him cool. He changed it every 2 innings.
Pirates wore earrings because they believed it improved their eyesight.
George Washington never wore a wig: his hair was naturally long and lustrous, although he did use powder to make it white