Vietnamese clothing refers to the traditional clothes worn in Vietnam. Contents. [
hide]. 1 History; 2 Examples of garments; 3 20th Century; 4 References ...
In Vietnam, there are 54 ethnic groups, each having unique and specific styles of
clothing. Traits often include splendid colors, seemingly contradicting one ...
Traditional costumes of the Vietnamese people tend to be very simple and ...
Ordinary people were not allowed to wear clothes with dyes other than black, ...
May 4, 2012 ... Sui and Tang dynasty ruled Vietnam from 602-906 AD, hence Ly to Tran dynasty
will have Sui/Tang influence in their clothing. Ming dynasty ...
Aug 30, 2012 ... People in Vietnam wear cotton clothes. Styles differ in northern and southern
Vietnam. Many people wear sandals made of old tire ...
Traditional clothes, especially Ao Dai, is the one which Vietnamese people are
always proud of and which attracts most foreigners.
The "ao dai" ("flowing tunic") has been the traditional dress for Vietnamese
women long, long ago. There are many different kinds of ao dai: the four-part
The Vietnamese are very simple people, which are mirrored in their way of living,
the culture of Vietnam and especially in their clothes. Fashion in Vietnam has a ...
A lasting impression for any visitor to Vietnam is the beauty of the women
dressed in their long gowns called ao dais.
Vietnamese did not convert to the Manchurian dress code, because they did not
want to. ... Another feature that Vietnamese clothing adopted from the Chinese
dress code is the sparing use of buttons. Old Vietnamese clothing, like hanfu, did