Traditional and colorful clothes of different cultures are always exciting and fun for us.Whenever these clothes were important or special, they took their place in the forefront and always added color to the events. Representing the beauty of the region they are in, the honor and respect for there, these traditional clothes allow the wearer to feel these emotions. Although some clothes are lost and forgotten in changing societies, some still maintain their place with their beauty and specificity and are known by many people.Here is a list of the 10 most beautiful traditional clothes from all over the world.
This casual, shabby and falling dress from the Hawaiian culture still protects itself today. Considered to be an official dress, muumas are worn at events such as private parties and weddings. It is also among the stylish clothes of women working in the hotel industry.
This Latin American-born dress, dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries, became popular in Spanish colonies. Polleras, which are mostly worn in traditional festivals and events and can be in different fabrics and styles, are made of cotton and silk. These dresses, decorated with different floral and animal patterns, are worn to represent the first people of their culture.
3. Traje De Flamenca
Traje De Flamenca is worn by Flamenco dancers in Spain during their dance performances. These beautiful dresses can be both single-color plain and spotted. It usually consists of bright colors such as red, yellow and blue. Although the length of the dress reaches to the knees, its striking and renowned parts are its glamorous wavy places on the arms and the skirt. These wavy tracks make the dance performance even more impressive.
This dress, which can be worn in all kinds of traditional, cultural and marriage events, is of Japan origin. Consisting of a T-shaped fabric, this dress covers the whole body and has ample sleeves on both sides. These dresses, which can be in any color and pattern, are usually worn by Japanese ladies, but also by men in tea ceremonies and weddings. This dress, which is accepted as a formal dress, has an eye-appealing look both in men and women.
5. Ao Dai
Vietnamese traditional dress Ao Dai is worn only by ladies at all private and official events. This elegant dress, consisting of narrow and complete silk, displays the beauty and Vietnamese culture of Vietnamese women.
6. Baju Kurung
This dress originated in Malaysia is the national dress of Brunei and Malaysia. In the 70s and 80s, where Islam was effective in Malaysia, this dress caught popularity. This dress, which is worn as a respect for special events and festivals, is also worn at traditional events in Singapore and Thailand where ethnic Malaysians live.
It is a local women’s dress, usually between 4 and 9 meters. It means a dress that wraps around the body in various ways. It is common in countries such as Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Burma. These dresses, which can be made from different materials such as cotton, silk, chiffon, can be decorated with a unique variety of patterns.
This dress, which is common in Germany, Austria, Sweden and Liechtenstein, is a skirt-length skirt. It is one of the dresses worn by women who lived in the Alps in ancient times. Due to the high cost of the materials used in its construction, although it looks plain and simple, it is quite expensive. Dirndl’s sales increase in winter time are available in every color. It is a heavy dress because it is made of materials that will keep you warm in winter, such as velvet and wool.
9. Tricana Poveira
This local dress rising from the city of Povoa de Varzim in Portugal, is the representative of traditional culture and fashion and is worn by women. Women wearing this outfit are nicknamed Trinica Girls. These dresses, which were the most popular part of fashion in time, are now worn only during traditional events with the fashion trends that change today.
Also known as Mandarin dressing gown, this dress is of Chinese origin and is worn by both men and women. The wears that women wear are called Cheongsam, and that of men is called Changshan. This body-hugging dress, which stretched from top to bottom, appeared in Shanghai in the 1920s and later became an outfit accepted by middle and high class people in China.