Wearable items created from natural/synthetic fibres or animal products (leather, fur, wool, down, silk).

Clothing describes a wide variety of items that are worn on the body and made from various materials.

Some animal products (eg. leather, fur, wool, down feathers, and silk) are commonly used in the production of clothing. Vegetarians might want to know more about how these items are produced, and people who practice may search for for these items.

Other than animal products, there are also a variety of natural fibres (eg. hemp, cotton) and synthetic fibres (eg. polyester) that are used to produce clothing.

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