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The most popular and widely-recognized national costume of giới, the Ao Dai is a symbol khổng lồ show the national pride.

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It leaves a lasting impression lớn anyone who comes & visit the place. Pronounced differently in varying parts of the country, ‘ow yai’ for most of the places in the South, & ‘ow zai’ in the North, it literally means “Long Dress”. With a contoured top flowing over loose-fitting trousers that reach the sole of the feet & brushing the floor, the dress style virtually drapes the whole body toàn thân in soft flowing fabric. But having splits in the gown extending above sầu the waist makes movement easy and comfortable. Though there are many variations in color và collar designs, the dress follows its typical two-piece garment design of top-fitting full-length tunic with high collar splitting into lớn a front và baông chồng panel from the waist down. It looks very similar to the Chinese Qipao, which appears as a long gown worn over silk pants, và has slits on both sides as well.Generally, the xeototai.netese dress conservatively. The whole ensemble of Ao Dai exudes grace, modesty & beauty. Such symbolism have been rooted from’s history and over time, the dress, along with what it represents have sầu transcended all ages và xeototai.netese from all walks of life continued khổng lồ embrace it. Though the costume is intended both for men và women, the men wear it less, except for important occasion such as weddings & funerals. How the dress amazingly flatters any figure would easily make women feel comfortable và confident donning this beautiful piece of garment. The dress, mostly made from the finest silk or carefully chosen fabrics, is not only appealing to lớn the eyes, but ensures comfort and freedom of movement.The color of one’s Ao Dai is an indication of the age and status of the xeototai.netese woman. Mostly, younger women wear white Ao Dais lớn symbolize their youthfulness và purity. They wear more pastel shades as they grow older but stay unmarried. Married women can don the rich, stronger shades.

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Certain colors are worn for worship & ritual ceremonies, e. g. blue, purple & brown. But the ones in more intricate patterns & designs are a popular choice of xeototai.netese women for special occasions. And at weddings, national festivals và especially during Tet, this beautiful outfit is widely seen. Today, it has become a standard attire for office workers, hotel staff, receptionists và airline attendants, but a lot of women use it as an everyday outfit.The tradition of clothing holds a long history dated baông xã khổng lồ 1744 when China’s imperial courts dictate what women should wear. The dress itself had several versions back then and it wasn’t only until 1930 when the dress appeared similarly to lớn today’s Ao Dais. As every trover has its ups and downs, the Ao Dai itself almost went out of fashion during 1954 in the North and in 1975 in the South. But it regained its popularity over time - thanks lớn the likes of Pradomain authority, Giorgio Armani and other big names in the fashion industry. How they reinvented the Ao Dai and sported the beautiful dress inlớn runways acquainted the whole world with the trend’s remarkable flair.Designers constantly experiment with the fashion, fusing different materials and injecting newer looks inlớn the kiến thiết, but the totality of the Ao Dai remained an undying beauty và symbol of a svào and colorful culture. How it brings out the best of anyone who dons the garment, the Ao Dai is now widely recognized by women from all parts of the world. Modern fashion ideas are slowly incorporated into the trkết thúc, yet retaining its richness in xeototai.netese culture. No matter how fashion designers try khổng lồ recreate and breathe newer looks into the dress, comfort is never compromised as this, along with beauty, is the main attraction of the Ao Dai. Whatever change they try lớn incorporate khổng lồ this trover, the dress remains conservative, và perhaps, wearing it more fitted is the sexiest a woman can go with it.Reflecting the grace and elegance of xeototai.netese women, it is an outfit that will always be fashionable & beautiful. No matter how many new trends will be introduced inlớn’s fashion mainstream, the Ao Dai remains a timeless classic no time, age, or season can dictate.