Fashion: Men In Long Gown, In Skirts and Femine Silhouttes Around the World

Fashion: Men In Long Gown, In Skirts and Femine Silhouttes Around the World

 

Long gown, skirts and feminine silhouettes are no longer androgynous dressing and gender-bending fashion restricted to women ditching their dresses for masculine inspired clothing like the blazer dress, the sexy pant-suit or even the boyfriend jean.

 

Priest

 

Buddhist Monk 

 

Orthodox Jews

 

Japan

 

Chinese

 

Vietnam

 

Korean

 

Greece

 

Jordan

 

Egypt

 

Mauritania

 

Thailand

 

Javanese/Sudanese

 

North Africa

 

Somalia

Sen. Barack Obama in Somali traditional dress on a 2006 trip to Kenya.

 

Sweden/ Finland/Nordic Sami People Fashion 

 

Pakistani

 

Kingdom of Saudi 

 

 

 

Indonesia 

 

Malaysia 

 

Yemen

 

India

 

Brunie

 

Iran

 

Azerbaijan

 

Afghanistan

 

Vikings

 

Mongolia

 

Samoa

Samoa is an independent nation comprising the westernmost group of the Samoan Islands, in Polynesia. Many of its islands have reef-bordered beaches and rugged, rainforested interiors with gorges and waterfalls. The islands include Upolu, home to most of Samoa’s population, and Savai’i, one of the largest islands in the South Pacific. The others range from islets with small villages to uninhabited wildlife sanctuaries. (wikipedia)

 

Tibet

 

Scotland / Ireland

 

Russia

Cossack man in traditional dress from Krasandor Krai, Russia

A Cossack man in traditional dress from Krasandor Krai, Russia.

 

Jews  

 

Libya

 

Africa

 

Bhutan

Bhutan, a tiny Himalayan kingdom tucked between China and India

 

Kashmir, India

 

Morocco

Throughout Moroccan history, Morocco has hosted many peoples, in addition to the indigenous Berbers, coming from the East (Phoenicians, Arabs), South (Sub-Saharan African), and North (Romans, Vandals, Spanish-Andalusians both Muslims and Jewish). All of these have left an impact on the social structure of Morocco. (.google.com.au)

 

Tuareg In Rissani, Morocco

 

Tongan

Tongan Americans are Americans who can trace their ancestry to the Oceaniancountry of the Kingdom of Tonga. There are approximately 57,000 Tongans and Tongan Americans living in the United States, as of 2012. Tongans are considered to be Pacific Islanders in the United States Census, and are the fourth largest Pacific Islander American group in terms of population, after Native Hawaiians, Samoan Americans, and Guamanian/Chamorro Americans. (wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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