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Traditional Costumes Worldwide

Attractions – The woman all over the world

Beautiful Minang women wearing traditional costume (West Sumatra)
Beautiful Minang women wearing traditional costume (West Sumatra)
International Festivals and Events
International Festivals and Events Sardinia – Italy

 

Women is beautiful no matter where we are. Do you agree?!

Even though they have still no social recognition in some world regions they stand for beauty and certainly the traditional costumes represent each country.We don’t go over cultural aspects. We intend to show what each country and attractions through women you feel connected the most.

Have a look on some of the rich and tradtitional costumes that represent each culture.

Even though the fashion trend varied over time, there are several types that are popular till today both at home and abroad. Have a look on some!

Through your eyes…can you vote for the most beautiful?

China

China
China

Saudi Arabia

Arabia Saudita

 

Tunisia – Traditional Costumes

Tunisia - Traditional costumes
Tunisia – Traditional costumes

 

 

Attire was first introduced to protect man from the components. It has come by its present forms as a consequence of the impact of social and moral ethics.

Japanase Traditional Costumes

Japanase Traditional Costumes
Japanase Traditional Costumes

Traditional dresses deliver considerable evidence about the workings of a culture. Above the Japanese Kimono is used more than just in certain occasions.

Portugal – The Minho Region

Portugal - The Minho Region
Portugal – The Minho Region

Mongolian Traditional Costumes

Mongolian Traditional Costumes
Mongolia

Sweden

Sweden
Sweden

 

The Philippines

Philipines

 

National Geographic goes deeper on this topic.