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10 Types Of Dresses around the World
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10 Types Of Dresses around the World

Attires replicate our tradition and culture. Most of the times attires do come into existence due to the climate conditions. They change every time, often I have heard my Mom saying “This is our age’s trend, the same fashion has come again? Moreover, fashion never gets outdated it gets moulded, remarketed and reinvented every time just to bring freshness to attires. If you are curious to know attires around the globe, you will be surprised to find there are so many of them, some of the types of dresses are listed below to blow your minds.

Traje de flamenco:

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The Flamenco dress from Spain has gained a lot of popularity, and it is said that the attire is inspired by many world cultures like Latin, American, Cuban and Jewish traditions. Dancers adorn this attire, it usually consists of polka dots or plain patterned and the dress is typically brightly coloured. The dress is body hugging and ends with ruffles around the sleeves and skirts. Madonna, the famous pop singer, had embraced this attire during her video in 1987, from that time this red flamenco dress has gained popularity.

Muumuu:

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Muumuu is a woman’s loose, brightly coloured dress, especially the one traditionally worn by Hawaiian women. Muumuu dress is brilliantly coloured with floral patterns. It is usually worn during festivals and weddings.

Bunad:

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It is an attire of Norway. Bunad is a term encompassing umbrella, and both men and women wear it. Bunad is even worn today at special occasions and celebrations. There are different categories of Bunad which depends on the area you belong. The common fabric used for Bunad is wool. The purse complimentary with the dress forms an integral part of the attire, and fabric Woolen stocking is a must for Bunad to complete the look.

Djellaba and Caftan:

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It’s an outfit worn by Morrocan women. The material used to make Djellaba changes with the weather. During summer the fabric is made of cotton, and in winters they use wool to keep themselves warm whereas for wedding Moroccan women prefer Caftan. It is the most luxurious and traditional attire which has gained popularity all around the world.

Kimono:

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The kimono is a traditional Japanese garment. Kimono is an outfit adorned by men and women. Many a time sumo wrestlers also adore this dress to represent their country. Kimonos are the outfit with attached collars and long wide sleeves. They are wrapped around the body with left over right. They are worn on special occasions.

Dirndl Dresses:

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The most feminine garment of central Europe the dirndl dress. Whenever you visit European countries, this dress will surely attract your attention. Basically, dirndl comprises of a wide skirt, colourful apron, and a bodice blouse. It is not constricted to only one pattern, but its style differs from classic, traditional, sexy or other stylish looks.

Conical Hat:

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While exploring around the globe, this hat really captivated me. It is also known as Asian Conical hat, but it is inspired initially from Vietnam. This style of hat is to protect from rain and harsh sun. This conical hat is used for various purposes across the globe. In Sabah, the colourful conical hats are worn for dance, and in Assam, they are hung in homes as decoration.

Hanbok:

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It’s a traditional dress worn by South Korea. The attire is characterized by vibrant colours single lines without pockets. It’s an attire adorned during festivities. As we can see in the picture, the attire comprises a skirt, a blouse shirt with a stroll. The way it’s being dressed is what it makes it more special.

Poncho:

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Poncho is the attire originated from Chile. But they are famous all across as they can help you keep dry from rain and those with woollen fabric helps you stay warm. In simple terms, a poncho is designed as a large sheet of cloth with an opening in the center for the head. They are indeed very fascinating and always make your look perfect.

Sari:

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Last but not the least women across India, Pakistan, Sri-Lanka usually wear sarees. Sari is always a fantasy for many people across the world. It is generally draped in different styles in different regions of the sub-continent, and when adorned with jewellery and accessories, women look astoundingly beautiful. This perfect traditional attire always graces many festivities and is loved by women around the world.

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