Chokha: A traditional garment worn by men of the Caucasus region and some Central Asian countries, typically made of wool or cotton with a long, fitted silhouette and high collar, often embroidered with intricate designs and patterns and worn with loose-fitting pants called shalvar and knee-high boots called chukha.
Kamiz: A long-sleeved shirt primarily made of cotton and often worn with a pair of loose-fitting trousers known as a Salwar or Pyjama. Additionally, it is commonly worn with traditional headgear such as a Turban or Pagri
The gho: A traditional dress worn by Bhutanese men, a knee-length robe tied at the waist by a cloth belt, made of hand-woven fabrics, usually made of natural fibers such as cotton, silk, and wool, and can be adorned with intricate patterns and embroidery.
Kira: A traditional ankle-length garment worn by Bhutanese women on formal occasions, made of fine hand-woven fabric paired with Rachu and Tego, it is considered a symbol of Bhutanese culture.
Panjabi or Punjabi: A long tunic worn with loose-fitting trousers called "shalwar" and a scarf called "dupatta," typically made from cotton or silk and adorned with intricate designs, is considered a symbol of Bangladeshi culture and worn on special occasions like wedding and religious ceremonies.
Sari: A traditional female garment worn in Bangladesh, it is a long piece of fabric wrapped around the body with a blouse and a scarf, typically made from silk, cotton, or other traditional textiles, and adorned with intricate designs, it is worn on special occasions and considered as a symbol of Bangladeshi culture.
The salwar kameez: Considered a symbol of Bangladeshi culture and is worn daily and on special occasions. It is typically made from cotton or silk and is adorned with intricate designs and patterns.
Perahan Tunban: It is a traditional garment worn by both men and women and consists of a long tunic called a perahan and a pair of trousers called tunban.
Pashtun attire: A traditional outfit worn by Pashtun men, it consists of a long tunic called a kameez and a pair of loose-fitting pants called shalwar, and a turban called "pakol."
Burqa: A traditional veil worn by women covers the entire body and face, leaving only a mesh screen for the eyes.
Turban: A traditional headgear worn by men.
Chaderi: A long, flowing gown worn over a blouse and a scarf.
Sari: A long fabric worn by women, generally wrapped around the waist and draped over one shoulder, frequently worn with a blouse and something called a dupatta, a kind of scarf.
Salwar Kameez: A traditional outfit worn by women consists of a long tunic called a kameez and a pair of loose-fitting pants called salwar.
Lehenga: A traditional skirt worn by women, often paired with a choli, a short blouse, and a dupatta.
Sherwani: A traditional outfit worn by men, it is a long coat-like garment worn over a kurta and a pair of loose-fitting pants called churidar.
Pagri: A traditional headgear worn by men, it is a turban-like headwrap worn in some regions of India, mainly in South India.
Choga: A traditional garment worn by women is a long robe with wide sleeves worn over a sari or lehenga.
Dhoti (dhoti or Daura suruwal): A long-sleeved shirt worn by men and can be worn with a kurta
Ghalek/cholo: A blouse and a long skirt worn by women; its worn mainly by the Newari community
Lungi: A traditional men's garment worn by ethnic groups in the Terai region.
Veshti: A traditional men's garment in Sri Lanka, it is a long piece of cloth wrapped around the waist and legs, similar to the lungi in India.
Osaria: A traditional dress worn by women, a long, flowing garment worn over a blouse and a sarong.
Kandyan Sari: A traditional sari worn by women in the Kandyan region, it is characterized by its bright colors and intricate designs.
Langa: A traditional dress worn by women, a long, flowing garment worn over a blouse and a sarong.
Koti: A traditional men's garment worn in the low country, a long, flowing robe worn over a sarong and a short-sleeved shirt.
Mundu: A traditional men's garment worn in the Uva and Sabaragamuwa provinces, it is a sarong-like garment worn around the waist and legs.
Lungi: A traditional male garment worn in the Maldives, it is typically made from cotton, and it is worn with a short-sleeved shirt or a bodice; it is considered casual wear, and men of all ages wear it and also sometimes used as beach wear in the Maldives, and it is regarded as a symbol of Maldives culture.
Kaftan or Rasha: A traditional female garment worn in the Maldives, it is a long flowing dress worn with a headscarf and considered a symbol of Maldives culture.