The áo dài (pronounced 'ao yai' in the South; pronounced 'ao zai' in the North) is a traditional Vietnamese dress worn by women. It is the uniform for female students in Vietnamese secondary schools and universities. The áo dài is and has been more prevalent in southern Vietnam than in northern Vietnam. ...more on Wikipedia about "Áo dài"
Hanbok is the traditional Korean dress (known as chosŏn-ot (조선 옷) in the DPRK). It is characterized by simple lines and no pockets and has been worn since ancient times. Some of the basic elements of today’s hanbok, namely the shirt - jeogori and pants - baji, were probably worn at a very early date, but it was not until the Three Kingdoms period (57 B.C.-A.D.668) that the two-piece costume of today began to evolve. Short, tight trousers and tight, waist-length jackets were worn by both men and women during the early part of the period as evidenced by ancient tomb paintings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hanbok"
A kilt is a man's garment that consists primarily of a length of cloth wrapped around the waist and belted; it is usually accessorized with a pouch for money (and other items) called a sporran. The historical great kilt was long enough to drape up over the shoulder but is rarely seen in modern times. The kilt is associated with traditional Scottish Highland dress and, as such, is almost always made of wool with a woven pattern called tartan (sometimes called plaid). (Traditionally, women do not wear kilts, but often wear full length tartan skirts.) ...more on Wikipedia about "Kilt"
Kimono ( Japanese: 着物, literally "something worn", i.e., "clothes") are the traditional garments of Japan. Originally the word kimono was used for all types of clothing, but it came to refer specifically to the full-length garment that is still worn by women, men, and children. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kimono"
The qipao (旗袍), qipaor (旗袍儿), or ch'i-p'ao, also known as the cheongsam (Cantonese: 長衫) or mandarin gown, is a body-hugging dress for women in China originating from the Manchus, modernized and improved in Shanghai. ...more on Wikipedia about "Qipao"
A sari (also spelled saree) is a garment worn by many women in the Indian subcontinent. It consists of a long strip of cloth which can be wrapped in various styles. The most common style is wrapped around the waist, then one end is draped over the shoulder. It is usually five to six yards of unstitched cloth worn over a midriff-baring blouse (known as a choli), and a petticoat. Some sari styles require nine yards of cloth. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sari"
Traditional garment is the garment which are peculiar to a certain district, country, and ethnic group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Traditional garment" I wish I had a http://www.shortopedia.com. shortopedia
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