Happy Tuesday! This week we’re going to take a tour of the world... through fashion!
From the Japanese kimono to the Russian sarfan, every culture has its own unique and meaningful form of traditional dress. Believe it or not, we can learn a lot about culture, history, and religion just by taking a closer look at clothing. We invite you to share your knowledge on ethnic and traditional forms of dress for our new Topic page.
Ideas for exceptional Hubs include how-to instructions for wearing apparel items, histories of particular garments, and descriptions of the religious or cultural significance of traditional clothing styles.
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Thanks to everyone who participated in our Google+ Topic last week! If you didn't get a chance to see the responses, you can check them out here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/109696
Thanks for the great responses, everyone! You can find the new Weekly Topic Inspiration here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/110174#post2344966
Yay! I'm really excited about this latest theme. Fingers crossed someone writes about dirndls. I'm a sucker for 'em!
This one's for you Simone
http://cashmere.hubpages.com/hub/Dirndl … sants?done
This is a very interesting topic. I'm hoping we'll get lots of participation-I'm looking forward to reading the responses.
I decided to look into the traditional dress of my Choctaw ancestors. Fascinating stuff and great material for a hub!
Now I want to go out and buy one of those dresses!
Excellent hub and that is perfectly organised with great information.
That is so fascinating, Austinstar! Thanks for sharing! I think the part about using the softest leather for shoes was particularly interesting, and it makes sense. Comfortable shoes make for such a huge boost in overall comfort.
Traditional and Modern Tongan Attire
http://elayne001.hubpages.com/hub/Tradi … gan-Attire
And again a very good hub, well written with great information on traditional and modern Tongan attire.
Awesome job, elayne001! I love that you wrote about different types of clothing for different situations like funerals and marriage.
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