Singapore

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Singapore
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Cheongsam - a traditional Chinese dress for women. It is a figure-hugging dress with a high collar and a slit on the side. a kind of traditional Chinese clothing that is often crafted out of silk or cotton and has exquisite embroidery.

Baju Kurung - Women in Malay culture often dress in a baju kurung, which is a kind of traditional Malay apparel. This look consists of a long, loose-fitting gown as well as a headscarf. Cotton, silk, lace, and other fabrics may all be used to make baju kurung, which is a traditional Malaysian dress.

Sarong Kebaya - a traditional outfit worn by women in Singapore, especially in the Peranakan community. It consists of a blouse with a tight-fitting bodice and a long, flowing skirt, often made from batik or silk.

Sari - a traditional garment worn by women in the Indian community in Singapore

Songket - a traditional fabric made from silk or cotton that is woven with metallic threads to create intricate patterns and designs. It is often used to make clothing such as sarongs, kebayas, and traditional Malay jackets.

Jubah – a Singaporean men's traditional Muslim dress. This is a long, draping robe that is often made from cotton or silk and can be worn over other clothing.

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