What Is the National Costume of Italy?

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The national costume of Italy has its roots in the Roman Empire. Men mainly wear black with dress shoes and loafers. Women basic garment is the stola, which is essentially a long tunic reaching to the ground. It is generally worn over another long tunic, the tunica interior.
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The National costume of Italy is the Tarantella costume. Most of the costumes were usually white with red bands and black felt hats with flowers, completing the look with a sword. Tarantella is a group of Italian folk dances with a fast beat, usually accompanied by tambourines.
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