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Explore Traditional Clothing All Over The World

 

The clothes we wear are not just sewn together for protection, our clothes are a symbol of our identity and culture. Here, we explore traditional clothing still worn in the world, looking for the history of unique clothing and handicrafts.

From Indian Pakistani sarees to Vietnamese conical top hats, there are different types of traditional costumes everywhere in the world. Some are colorful, some no longer exist in history because of their own culture, and some are different due to circumstances.

Set-always sometimes they get their attention. Learning from them can make it easier for you to understand the country they belong to, so we have collected some items to destroy traditional Pakistani clothing around the world.

Sari

explore traditional clothing
explore traditional clothing

 

Bedspreads are traditionally worn in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal. Although most women wear them in modern styles, saris are unisex fabrics and maybe a legacy. Experience the next generation or clean clothes that can work every day.

Traditionally, a saree is describing as a seamless fabric, usually with a heavier part to enable it to run properly, and its edges (similar to the edges) will be sewn to a higher density, how to make a “pallu” Today, the term has evolved into a combination of modern materials, including cotton, silk, synthetic fibers, etc.

Sari is about the simplest garment-a piece of fabric, up to 9 meters long and one of the most popular and beautiful garments in the world, which can be seen in many ways. From the simple cotton embroider on the streets of Indian villages to the most fascinating modern styles of catwalks during Indian Fashion Week, these communities can see.

Kimono

The word kimono means “something to wear,” and in Japan, it means long-sleeve general-purpose Pakistani clothing. Kimono is worn at important ceremonies and formal occasions, and formal dress style has become synonymous with politeness and manners.

It is said that the first type of kimono was kantoi, which was a sleeveless one-piece dress that was worn until the 3rd century. Traditionally, kimonos were sewn by hand or even sewn. Need stitches.

Kilts, Scotland

From the brave heart to the strict dance, the kilt is use by William Wallace to represent everything about Scotland. It is out of fashion. However, if you visit any Scottish Highland Games, you will find out whether the habit of dressing will live a good life.

Well, from competing dancers in casual clothes from Pakistan to formal plumbers, and most importantly, participants in “blockbuster events”-because they are not doing well you can throw the cable car into the cage until you put it Into the cage.

Kebaya

Kebaya is a mixture of traditional costumes of the Javanese Royal Court. It is the national dress of Indonesia, but it is also worn by women in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, southern Thailand, Cambodia, and the southern Philippines.

Before 1600, kebaya was not only the clothing worn by royal nobles, nobles, and little nobles, but also adopt by everyone, not just celebrities. Clothes such as shirts are usually semi-white and can be made of cotton, linen, silk, lace, and brocade.

Trachte

Tracht is fur clothing suitable for men, women, and children. It is the traditional clothing of southern Germany and Austria. The basic styles vary according to the region and fashion, such as pompom caps. The Black Forest () is the best modern style: the “Pride” celebration did not transform the modern style into the form of Bavarian leather pants like the two-piece leather strap.

Hanbok

Korean hanbok (Korean ethnicity in North Korea) is a traditional Korean dress characterize by bright colors and clean lines without pockets. During the Joseon Dynasty, it was worn as formal or formal clothing during festivals and celebrations.

Balinese temple dress

Those who go to Bali temples in Indonesia must wear at least two traditional Balinese costumes, namely serenading and aprons. , Is a well-defined group that wears and celebrates temple festivals featuring various beautiful Balinese costumes, such as ikat and batik.

Shuka

Shuka is the term Maa, which refers to the traditional sheets wrap around the Maasai people in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania, usually red, sometimes mix with other colors and shapes, such as lattices or flowers. The word Swahili is very popular.

This photo shows Maasai heroes participating in a party  “eunoto party”, which is the most needs test face by traditional heroes-chasing and killing lions with only spears. Show their success.

Agbada

Agbada is one of the names of the broad-brimm cloth worn by men in parts of West Africa and North Africa. Many garments are made with (hand-sewn garments of the Yoruba ethnic group). Yoruba is a hand-woven garment, a large ethnic group living in Nigeria. This dress has many colors and shapes. Can reflect the wearer’s personal style.

Herero

The traditional clothing of the Herero women in Namibia is compatible with the Victorian costumes, because the German colonialists wore these skirts during a bloody war in the early 20th century, and they still retain the many prestige of the Herero. : Full skirt, long-sleev top, fit skirt, swollen sleeves, fashionable hat, horn shape, make the appearance more perfect.

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