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wedding dress avaAround the world, the white dress dominates wedding fashion. Though, many brides throughout Asia wear traditional cultural gowns instead of the white dresses. Folk wedding dresses often are much more impressive than the ordinary white gowns. Need some proof? Here you are a bundle of photos.

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A ZTraditional pieces of the male and female national costumes in Palestine: abaya, bisht, burnous, bushnika, damer, dimaya, hata wi ‘agal, izar, jallayeh, jubba, jubbeh, khabara, kuffiyah, laffeh, lavandi, malliaia, qamis, qibar, qumbaz, salta, sirwal, tarbush, tatriz, taqiyyah, taqsireh, and thob.

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male kimono avaIt’s not too difficult to put on a male kimono – the traditional Japanese costume. But still, you have to wear every piece of the outfit right to avoid being laughed at. Here are some hints from a native Japanese that will help you use the men’s kimono perfectly.

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pilgrim avaThe pilgrims. What did they look like? And, more important, what did they wear? Americans are taught about the life of pilgrims who came to the New World in the 16th-17th century, even the kids know a lot about the first settlers. But the info the people are told is not always true and accurate. For example, how do you think, is it true that small pilgrim boys wore girly gowns? Find out below.

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Bulgarian drawing ava2The traditional costumes of Bulgaria are rich in details: weaving patterns, various embroidery designs, and patterns on the fabric. The color palette is also bright and cheerful, though the number of colors is rather limited. All of those features make Bulgarian folk outfits potentially suitable and interesting for artists and illustrators. Have you ever tried to paint folklore clothes, even if just for fun? If not, you definitely need to try.

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Reign avaRein is a popular historical series that has its fans all over the world. But how much do you know about the costumes used in this show? Which of them are absolutely fabulous and which are a disaster? Let’s gossip about the designs, fabrics, patterns, color palettes, and cute accessories. The photos of authentic garments of 16th and 17th century and the outfits worn by Mary, Queen of Scots and other characters are included.

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hijab avaIt's worn by millions of women all over the world and has developed a bit of a negative reputation in areas where it's not fully understood. Of course, we're talking about the hijab. You've likely seen this veil being worn by Muslim women to cover their heads and upper bodies. But how much do you really know about it? For example, do you believe in a Cristian origin of the hijab?

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male yukata avaWearing the male yukata can be tricky. Well, not as tricky as the women’s one, but still. Have some problems with a men version of yukata? Nationalclothing.org will always have your back. Here’s an article specially for you. Use our hints to put on the male yukata with an obi and a koshihimo.

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lederhosen avaShort breeches with suspenders made from leather and decorated with embroidery may look a little bit odd on a grown-up man. But go try to tell it to Germans or Austrians! It’s their traditional garment which is being used for centuries. Even today, you’ll see dozens of males wearing lederhosen – that’s how such trousers are called – on the streets of Austria and Germany, particularly Bavaria.

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tie dye avaAfrican craftsmen work hard to make the most extraordinary dyed patterns on the fabric. The method is called “tie-dye”. The process itself is rather simple – you can even try to hand dye your clothes at home using this technique. But we’d like to show you how Africans originally tie-dye the cloth, leaving their traditional patterns on it. The act is mesmerizing.