Garo avaThe Garo traditional attire looks catchy and beautiful. These people – men and women alike – adorn themselves with a lot of brass and beaded jewelry and wear bunches of feathers on their heads. The Garo ethnic group is unique because they look more like Tibetans but live in India and Bangladesh for centuries. So, is the Garo folk dress closer to Tibetan or Indian? What pieces of clothing do they use? And how attached are they to the national apparel? Time to find out.

Tibetan dress avaTibetan women use lovely folk garments. Even today, they often dress in traditional clothing because it’s comfortable for the local climate and lifestyle and looks pretty. But to wear this attire accurately, a woman needs to know a few tricks and secrets. For example, how to drape the collar of every next layer of clothing or whether to put on an apron or what to do with extra-long sleeves, etc. At the same time, when everything is worn just right, a woman really stands out from a crowd and shines – she’s vivid, she’s feminine, she’s beautiful.

Tibet avaThe folk dress of Tibet looks charming. Especially their charming outerwear called “chuba” that can tell so much about the wearer. In the past, there was a tradition for Tibetan men to wear a sheepskin chuba over the naked upper body, with the right arm left bare. It was the ultimate show of masculinity and machismo to go out like this during harsh Tibetan winters. Even today, in the 21st century, chuba still remains a significant part of Tibetan culture and lifestyle – the locals wear it in winter because no modern outer garment can be as warm and comfy.