Kenya avaKenya doesn't really have a national dress that characterizes traditions, ethnic tastes, culture and rituals of the whole country. Mostly that's because of more than 70 ethnic communities (Kikuyu, Luo, Luhya, Kamba, Kalenjin, Masai etc.) who live in Kenya. They all have some unique traditions in clothing. Though some clothes and fabrics can be called traditional for Kenya. Let's have a look.

Iceland avaHave you ever heard about shoes made of fish skin? How many European nations do you know that still wear the ancient national costume on festivals and holidays? Icelandic people are among them. Is it interesting for you to know what material was used to make extraordinary Icelandic high headdresses? Do you want to know what Icelandic product was very famous in Europe and considered to be very qualitative? If your answer is "yes", then you must read this article.

Indonesia avaThe tradition of wedding garments is one of the oldest most and respectful for every nation. Usually, national costume of the country plays the role of the wedding garment. But it is not always so. Nevertheless traditional wedding dress shows us the mentality and temper of a certain nation. Let's have a look at 10 most popular and extraordinary traditional wedding dresses. Different colors, fabric, design, decorations, and accessories make every traditional wedding attire unique.

parade avaNational dress parades are held all around the world. Every country has its traditional clothing and shows it during national holidays, parades and celebrations. We've selected the best videos about parades of traditional clothes in different countries: Ukraine, Germany, Romania and others. These videos show us not only traditional clothes of various nations, but also national dances, singing, games and even food.

canada avaCanadian national clothing was formed under the influence of Native Indians (who lived on these lands for centuries) and colonizers from Europe (who came to Canada in 17-18th century). Also traditional garments in Canada correspond with the weather conditions and climate in this part of the world. That's why traditional Canadian pieces of clothing are: parkas, tuques, ojibwa shirts, mittens, ear muffs and so on.

kilt avaTraditional dress of Scotland, which is also called the highland dress, changes our understanding of men's costume. Women's outfit is more familiar to us unlike men's kilt. No matter what, Scottish national dress is interesting and extraordinary. And also it is rather hard to put on a kilt and all the accessories correctly, especially when to talk about the phillabeg style of a kilt. You'll need some practice and knowledge for that.

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embroidery-parade avaA great parade of national embroidered clothing was held in Ukraine. It became an important part of the celebration the Ukrainian Independence day. Several thousands of people wearing traditional vintage and modern embroidered garments took part in the parade. They marched through the center of Kyiv, sang Ukrainian folk songs, chanted patriotic slogans and congratulated each other with the national holiday.

ukr avaNational Ukrainian costumes came a long period of evolution from the ancient times until today. Historical epochs and events had a great influence on traditional clothing of this nation. We can divide Ukrainian fashion (not history) into two periods: costumes of Kievan Rus' epoch (9th-13th) and clothing of Cossack era (14th-21st). So, there were two different types of clothing, but they had some similarities (like embroidery, similar pieces of clothes, similar materials and so on).

georgian avaThe traditional costumes in Georgia were formed by the influence of nature and way of life in this country. Every man was a warrior, a farmer and a shepherd at the same time. And every woman was (and still is) a housewife, but there are very strict rules about the behavior of Georgian women. They must be modest and devout. Traditionally they couldn't show their body to strange men, only to their husbands. That's why national men costumes tend to be comfortable and warm, and women costumes in Georgia tend to be hooded and modest, but very beautiful and feminine. Nowadays these rules are not so strict, but national clothing still displays Georgian traditions and laws.

finn avaThe national clothing in Finland is very bright, colorful and interesting. Usually traditional Finnish costumes are rather warm because the weather in the Northern Europe is severe and cold. A lot of accessories in Finnish clothing are made of leather and metals, bright embroidery and beautiful silk fabrics are used for decoration. Several centuries ago rich people in Finland used to wear impossibly beautiful costumes, but even poor Finns tried to look bright and colorful to adorn severe nature around them.