Linen undergarments were found in King Tutankhamun’s tomb. Ancient shoes where generally made from woven palm leaves, vegetable fibre or papyrus and were kept in place on the foot with linen or leather bands.
Some of the earliest known shoes from the Old World are sandals made from papyrus leaves found in an Egyptian tomb dated at 2000 B. Early Shoes, See Bronze Age Egyptians liked jewelry.
Even when women wore tops breasts were visible in the thin fabric.
Ordinary men often wore loin clothes and went bare chested.
From what can be determined, the Egyptian upper classes were very fashion conscious.