Reminds me of ancient Cretian gowns. Most of what we know about them is purely visual, like one born deaf and forever illiterate. One thing deduced from their art and fashions is that they saw the chest as an extension of the face, as a few other ancients better known did. Such peoples were somewhat modest from the waist down, but both genders were expected to show both chest and face publicly, unless it were unusually cold out, rare in mid Mediterranean. As far as we can tell, they were very socially well adjusted, having the most gender equal society of the ancient world, a balance between open body tolerance and modesty. Instead of swinging back and forth between too much clothing, stifling common sense sexual expression, and too little clothing, throwing out all common sense self control, maybe outfits like this becoming normal would bring about cultural sexual balance. We "...thrive best on the edge of chaos", The Lost World, by Michael Criten.