Clothes Around the World

By Aditya Yarlagadda, Purple House

The Sari (South Asia)

A garment consisting of a length of cotton or silk elaborately draped around the body, traditionally worn by women from South Asia, and we see them a lot in India.
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Kilts(Scottish Highland)

A garment resembling a knee-length skirt of pleated tartan cloth, traditionally worn by men as part of Scottish Highland dress and now also worn by women and girls.
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Maasai Beadwork (Kenya)

Brilliant red cloth, extraordinarily intricate beadwork and for young men long, ochre-dyed hair. The beadwork in particular contains much meaning, a bride’s collar being the pinnacle of Maasai craftsmanship.
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Hijab (Middle East, Islamic)

A veil that covers the head and chest, which is particularly worn by some Muslim women beyond in the presence of adult males outside of their immediate family and non-Muslims.
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Flamenco Dresses (Spain)

The flamenco dance wear is a costume Spanish dress worn by female flamenco performers.
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Kimono (Japan)

A Kimono is a long, loose robe with wide sleeves and tied with a sash, originally worn as a formal garment in Japan and now also used elsewhere as a robe.
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