Clothing and adornments help distinguish people and culture all over the world. They hint which genders and countries wear them. Clothes can reflect tradition, utility and spirituality. Nowadays, many costumes have been lost to the advent of industrialization, urbanization, and the growing market of international clothing trends. However, it is not uncommon to see men and women in traditional costumes. People still wear garments on national holidays or celebrations, particularly those connected with heritage or pride in the Western. In many rural areas and countries, people still keep the tradition.
Most of traditional costumes have bright color. Many garments are embroidered with tough-cut turquoise.
Traditional Serbian costumes are worn on national holidays and celebrations in rural areas. Costume for women is known for the variety of textures and embroidery.
Two women in Ladakh wear headdresses which are adorned with rough-cut turquoise.
Western fashions also appear in Asia.
Tobe is the traditional clothes for Sudanese women.
In Pushkar, India, women wear colorful saris.
In Myanmar, the Buddhist monastic garments mainly consist of red, maroon, and saffron.
Maasai women in Tanzania
The matador’s costume is one of the most recognizable of traditional garments in Spain.