Thailand

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Thailand
Thailand

Chut - a combination of a long-sleeved shirt and a sarong-style skirt. The shirt is usually made of silk or cotton and is embroidered with intricate patterns, while the skirt is made of a single piece of cloth and is tied around the waist.

 

Pha Sin - a long, tube-like skirt that is wrapped around the waist and extends down to the ankles. It is usually made of silk and is decorated with patterns and designs that have symbolic meanings.

 

Sabai - a type of shawl or stole that is worn over the shoulders with Chut Thai. It is made of silk and is often embroidered with patterns and designs.

 

Suea Phraratchathan - a jacket that is worn over Chut Thai. It is usually made of silk and is adorned with intricate embroidery and gold thread.

 

Pha Tong - a type of headscarf that is worn by women in Thailand. It is made of silk and is decorated with intricate patterns and designs.

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