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19 Traditional Japanese Kimono Patterns You Should Know – Japan Objects Store

by Lucy Dayman The kimono is Japan’s most iconic garment; its uniform silhouette makes it an excellent canvas for all types of unique, traditional, powerful, and meaningful designs. The diversity of the kimono means you can wear it all year, but did you know the kimono actually has its own seasons? You might know that yukata are typically reserved for the warmer summer months, that’s not the only seasonal variation (check out Yukata vs Kimono: What’s the Difference?). Different kimono…

I don't know why but I really like this traditional costumes from Africa, the clothes men wear look so comfortable!

Don’t you find the diversity of traditional costumes from other parts of the world fascinating? Some styles have developed over hundreds of years. Some are no longer worn except as part of ce…

The bunad of Norway is the national dress commonly worn on May 17th, Norway's national day

The Norwegian folk dress has gained in popularity in recent years. A 20th century invention based on traditional folk costumes, the bunad is available for both men and women.

A man in traditional clothes from Kuchchh, Gujarat  Source: http://defence.pk/threads/traditional-dresses-of-south-asia.145262/page-12#ixzz3AsiOU56o

^^^ There must have been something between 300 BC & 19th Century.. :D :lol: no he was correct....they were stills from pazhassi raja movie.....actually...

A simple navy dress with a sleek square neckline is always a good choice for a wedding guest. #weddingideas #wedding #marthstewartwedding #weddingplanning #weddingchecklist

A simple navy dress with a sleek square neckline is always a good choice for a wedding guest. #weddingideas #wedding #marthstewartwedding #weddingplanning #weddingchecklist

When the art of embroidery is at the core of a label, the textile lover in me takes notice. Designer and founder Ayah Tabari, of Dubai based Mochi, produces each of her collections using traditional textiles from countries that most inspire her. Ancient Suzani motifs from Uzbekistan are embroidered

When the art of embroidery is at the core of a label, the textile lover in me takes notice. Designer and founder Ayah Tabari, of Dubai based Mochi, produces each of her collections using traditional textiles…