Vietnamese clothing
Vietnamese clothing refers to the traditional clothes worn in Vietnam.
Clothing associated with the Vietnam war include: "black pyjamas", dép lốp (rubber sandals), the rural khăn rằn scarf.
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Yếm
Vietnamese Yếm refers to an ancient Vietnamese bodice used primarily as an undergarment that was once worn by Vietnamese women across all classes. There exists a modern variant called "áo yếm", but ...
Yếm - Wikipedia
Khăn rằn
The khăn rằn (khăn "towel, scarf" rằn "striped") is a traditional checkered black and white shawl, derived from the Khmer krama and worn in the region of Mekong Delta in Vietnam. During the Vietnam Wa...
Khăn rằn - Wikipedia
Dép lốp
The dép lốp (dép "sandal" lốp "tire rubber") are a form of sandal in Vietnam made from recycled tires. The sandals, along with the khăn rằn scarf, were a distinctive clothing of Vietnamese soldiers. T...
Dép lốp - Wikipedia
Áo tứ thân
The áo tứ thân or “4-part dress” is one of several traditional Vietnamese costumes. It is related to the áo ngũ thân which translates as "5-part dress."
The áo tứ thân is considered one of Vietnam...
Áo tứ thân - Wikipedia
Áo gấm
The áo gấm is a traditional Vietnamese brocade tunic for men. It is more elaborate than the formal áo the, a similar men's tunic. These tunics are often worn at ceremonies, birthdays, festivals and o...
Áo gấm - Wikipedia
Áo bà ba
Áo bà ba (or Vietnamese silk pajamas) is a traditional Vietnamese costume. It is most associated with southern Vietnam, especially in rural areas.Áo bà ba are usually worn with silk or satin pants, us...
Áo bà ba - Wikipedia
Ao dai
The áo dài is a Vietnamese national costume, now most commonly worn by women. In its current form, it is a tight-fitting silk tunic worn over pants. The word is pronounced [ʔǎːw zâːj] in the North and...
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Nón quai thao
The nón quai thao (nón "hat" quai "strap" thao "tassels") is a traditional Vietnamese flat palm hat. It is also called the nón ba tầm, (hat of three cubits), and to be distinguished from the conical n...
Nón quai thao - Wikipedia
Conical Asian hat
The Asian conical hat, sedge hat, rice hat, paddy hat, bamboo hat, and sometimes coolie hat, is a simple style of conical hat originating in East, South, and Southeast Asia, particularly China, Cambod...
Conical Asian hat - Wikipedia