What Is the National Costume in France?

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France has several national costumes depending on the region a person is coming from. Every historical province owns its particular costume or national dress, all different. Moreover, the costumes changed hugely from the 18th century until the middle of the 20th century.
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There is no French national costume; there are a lot of traditional costumes. Every historical province owns its particular vets, all different. the costumes changed hugely from the XVIIth century until the middle of the XXth, where we can say the traditional costumes stabilized.
The national costume normally represents an identity through costume which usually relates to a geographic area or a period of time in history, but can also indicate social, marital and/or religious status. The national dress for France is stripe jersey, beret, black pants, bicycle clips and bike.
The French national costume came into existence in 1799. For men the trousers were worn inside turned down boots with a plain blue or green coat. A cravat tied in knot that comes up to the chin with a tall hat. Women wore plain dresses, blue, white and combined with red ribbons and often attached to the tall hall.
The French national costume was introduced in 1799. For men the trousers are worn inside turned down boots with a plain blue or green coat. A cravat tied in knot that comes up to the chin and a tall hat. Women wear plain dresses which are blue, white and combined with red ribbons which is often attached to the tall hall.
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