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Types of dresses

  1. 1. Worn in ancient and modern terms in India , Bhutan , Japan, Afghanistan . ~*~
  2. 2.  WOMEN:-SARI – A sari is a female garment in the Indian subcontinent. A sari is a strip of unstitched cloth, ranging from four to nine meters in length, that is draped over the body in various styles.SALWAR KAMEEZ- The salwar kameez is the traditional wear of women in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir and has become the most popular dress for females.GHAGRA CHOLI- A Ghagra Choli is the traditional clothing of women in Rajasthan and Gujarat.CHURIDAR KURTA- Churidaar is a version of salwar, which is loose up to knees and then fits the calf below.MUNDUM NERIVATHUM- Mundum Neriyathum is the oldest remnant of the ancient form of the saree which covered only the lower part of the body, a traditional dress of women in Kerala, South India.
  3. 3. SARI- GHAGRA CHOLI-SALWAR KAMEEZ- CHURIDAR KURTA-MUNDUM NERIYATHUM-
  4. 4.  MEN:-DHOTI- A dhoti is a six feet long white strip of cotton. This traditional attire is mainly worn by men in villages.SHERWANI- A Sherwani is a long coat-boss jacket fastened with buttons. It comes to just below the knees, somewhere high on the calf.GANDHI CAP- The Gandhi cap, a white colored cap made of khadi was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi during the Indian independence movement.
  5. 5. Dhoti- Sherwani- Gandhi cap-
  6. 6.  WOMEN:-SKIRT- A skirt is a tube- or cone-shaped garment that hangs from the waist and covers all or part of the legs.T-SHIRT - A T-shirt is a style of shirt. A T-shirts defining characteristic is the T shape made with the body and sleeves. It is normally associated with short sleeves, a round neck line, and no collar.FROCK- Frock was applied to a womans dress or gown, in the fashion of the day, often indicating an unfitted, comfortable garment for wear in the house, or (later) a light overdress worn with a slip or underdress.EVENING GOWN- An evening gown is a long flowing womens dress usually worn to a semi-formal or formal affair. It ranges from tea and ballerina to full-length.
  7. 7. SKIRT- T-SHIRT-FROCK- EVENING GOWN-
  8. 8.  MEN:-SHIRTS- A shirt is a cloth garment for the upper body. Originally an undergarment worn exclusively by men, it has become, in American English, a catch-all term for almost any garment other than outerwear such as sweaters, coats, jackets, or undergarments such as bras, vests or base layers.JEANS- Jeans are trousers made from denim. Often the term "jeans" refers to a particular style of pants called "blue jeans" and invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873.TRACK SUIT- A tracksuit is an article of clothing consisting of two parts: trousers and a jacket usually with front zipper. It is usually worn by men.
  9. 9. SHIRTS- JEANS- TRACK SUIT-
  10. 10.  WOMEN:-KIRA- The kira is the national dress for women in Bhutan. It is an ankle-length dress consisting of a rectangular piece of woven fabric, wrapped and folded around the body which is pinned at both shoulders, usually with silver brooches, and bound at the waist with a long belt.WONJU- A wonju is a long-sleeved blouse worn by women in Bhutan. Made of silk, polyester, or lightweight cotton, it is worn underneath the kira, part of the national costume under the driglam namzha.
  11. 11. KIRA-WONJU-
  12. 12.  MEN:-GHO - The gho is the traditional and national dress for men in Bhutan.KERA- A cloth belt which is used to tie the gho, the national dress for men in Bhutan.
  13. 13. GHO - KERA-
  14. 14.  WOMEN:-TOEGO- A toego is a long sleeved, short jacket-KOMA- A silver buckle.
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  16. 16.  MEN:-KABNEY- A kabney is a silk scarf worn as a part of the gho, the traditional male costume in Bhutan.HANDMADE BOOTS- They are worn on ceremonial occasions (mandatory); the colors used on the boot denote the rank and status of the person wearing it. In the pecking order, Ministers wear orange, senior officials wear red and the common people wear white boots.
  17. 17.  Women:-KIMONO- The kimono is a Japanese traditional garment worn by men, women and children.KANZASHI- Kanzashi are hair ornaments used in traditional Japanese hairstyles. Some believe they may also have been used for defence in an emergency.
  18. 18.  MEN:- In contrast to womens kimono, mens kimono outfits are far simpler, typically consisting of five pieces, not including footwear. Samue are the everyday clothes for a male Zen Buddhist monk, and the favored garment for shakuhachi players. Yukata is an unlined kimono-like garment for summer use, usually made of cotton, linen, or hemp. Yukata are strictly informal, most often worn to outdoor festivals, by men and women of all ages. They are also worn at onsen (hot spring) resorts, where they are often provided for the guests in the resorts own pattern.
  19. 19.  WOMEN:- Avant-grade represents a pushing of the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm. The notion of the existence of the avant-garde is considered by some to be a hallmark of modernism, as distinct from postmodernism.
  20. 20.  Women
  21. 21. Salwar Kameez:- Burqa-chadari
  22. 22. Qarakul is a unique flat able hat made of special lambskin which most people used to wear. The Traditional Mens Clothing inAfghanistan is called Perahan Tunban with a gold or silver stitchedembroidery waistcoat, and the foot wear known as Paizar.
  23. 23. Mantau chalvar is a long coat worn overtrousers and it is popular with women in the capital Kabul, who arecomparatively more fre e to dress as they choose. A scarf covering the head that is tied firmly under the chin. Chador Namaz is a long, billowing dress thatcompletely covers the head and body down to her ankles. The face maybe exposed or covered except for the eyes.
  24. 24. The Pakol also spelled Pakul or Khapol, Kapol, Kapor, chitralitopi and sometimes called a Mujahideen Cap from Chitral, is asoft, round-topped mens hat, typically of wool and found inany of a variety of earthy colors: brown, black, gray, or ivory.A kufi or kufi cap is a brimless, short,and rounded cap .

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