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Vietnamese Clothing

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Traditional Vietnamese Clothing

In Vietnam, there are 54 ethnic groups, each having unique and specific styles of clothing. Traits often include splendid colors, seemingly contradicting one another in each outfit: black and red, blue and red or blue and white.

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Ao Dai

Ao Dai Vietnam

With the intention of changing the way people dress in order to eradicate ancient habits, the 18th century lords and mandarins in Hue created the Ao Dai.

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Ao dai – Piquancy of Hue

Sweep through Hue and the classic grace of women clad in Ao Dai will surely to make a lasting impression on you. But behind the beauty is a rich history, brimming with cultural significance.

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Traditional Ao Dai for Tet

Most Vietnamese people wear new clothes to celebrate Tet, or the Lunar new year, in order to promote a fresh beginning to the year. Although Western-style outfits are more convenient for daily chores, the traditional tunic, or Ao Dai, reappears each Tet. These tunics add to the festival’s formal atmosphere.

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Ao Yem And Its History

Ao Yem

Images of graceful girls in national charming long dress have been a symbol of Vietnam. However, looking back the historic development of national dress, Vietnam not only has ao dai but also ao yem – the indispensable dress of ancient girls.

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Sole Sisters

One popular legend tells of a pair of stone clogs passed down for generations by a family in Cao Bang, high in Vietnam's northern mountains

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