According to the article, 41% of Americans' clothing is made in China, 57% made elsewhere in the world and only 2% made in the USA. I'm guessing it's the same for most nations these days.
If you were to shed all clothing that you're wearing as you read this that isn't made in your country, what would you be left with? Would you be left naked or well covered? Or somewhere in between?
I'd be left wearing my black leggings which were made in the USA and sold by Newport News Company and also my feet would still be warm in my wool Darn Tough socks made in Vermont. However, my Hanes zip up fleece sweatshirt would have to go ... it's made in El Salvador.
I wonder if most Chinese people wear clothes actually made in China?
Visualization: What We’d Wear If China Didn’t Exist | Design on GOOD