Burmese Clothing Styles

Myanmar Clothing Styles

Myanmar clothing is also characterized by a wide variety of textiles, fabrics, fibers, colors and materials, including velvet, silk, lace, chiffon and cotton. Men's costume is called longchy (sewing pants and tight trousers), perfectly combined with the shirt or Taipon jacket (traditional clothing). The fabric is still woven near Mandalay and is sold to the Burmese elite. Fashion is made of various traditional dresses and everyday Burmese fashion. Burmese Myanmar fashion ranges from tribal to traditional to fashionable.

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Clothes in Myanmar vary according to ethnic origin, geographical location, weather and culture tradition of the population in each of the regions of Myanmar (Burma). Burma's best-known traditional dress is the longgyi, which is used by men and women throughout the country. Myanmar clothing is also characterized by a wide variety of fabrics, fabrics, fibres, colors and fabrics, among them fine fabrics such as fine fabrics, velvets, silk, laces, chiffon and cottons.

During the precolonial period, rules sanctioned what was termed yazagaaing, living and consuming for Burmese people in the Konbaung empire, everything from the home dress to clothes that correspond to your country's state, from rules on burial rites and the casket that should be used, to the use of various language types depending on your class and state.

3 ] Especially in the imperial capitol, the law was very stringent and costly. Design with the peacoat badge were reserved rigorously for the kingly familiy, hip-length coat of arms and coat of arms were reserved for the civil servants. SATURN: SATURN: saturn: saturn: Wear only royalty. The golden anklets were carried only by the kingly kids.

Silks, stitched with golden and silvery cathedrals and animals, could only be carried by members of the King's household and by minister's mistresses. Myanmar's folk attire is the long wrap-dress, a long, ankle-length dress wore by men and woman, named after the longyi (???????, Burmese pronunciation: [lò??d??ì]). Popular in its contemporary shape during the colonisation of Britain, the longgyi replaced the men's tradition and women's tamein in pre-colonial time.

Precolonial htmein has a wide procession named yeina (???????) and is only seen in contemporary society as a bridal wear or dancing outfit. Likewise, the pre-colonial passion is only carried at stages, inclusive of dancing and other shows. Burmese local design, named oheik (??????; [??t???e??]), has complicated ripples woven with ribbons of arabesques decorated with horiz.

To celebrate official and corporate events, men of Bamiar are wearing a Manchu nappa ingyi (??????????????????, [ta??pò??]) over an anglophone shirtwo. These costumes were made popular during the war. The Burmese woman wears a blouse named Aingyi ((?????????[?é??d??ì]). Two common types of gyi are available: the front page is labeled with the name yeinzi (??????) and the page with the name yinbone (???????).

Burmese mothers usually wear a scarf for official and worship purposes. WOMAN: (jacket). Myanmar's most formality for a woman is to wear a button-less, tight-fitting, hip-length coat named hipmathein (??????????????[t?à??m??é??]), sometimes with a flashed butt and stitched straps. Verbatim it means "does not collect while sitting" and refers to the fact that the tight-fitting coat does not wrinkle when it sits.

During the Konbaung period, this coat was a favourite of the nobility and is nowadays most often used by women as bridal wear or dancing costumes. Htaingmathine is carried over a corsage named Yinkhan (?????, [j???k?à?]). From a historical point of view, the Htaingmathine also had a few hanging appendices on both sides, named calano (??????????).

WOMAN: (jacket). Burmese folk costumes for men include a gung snaung (??????????????, [?á??bá??]), which is weared on official occasions. In the colonization period, the exercise was tightened as an item of Burmese clothing. Burmese gung fung was designed in the middle of the 19th century and is named kyetthay macung (?????????????).

12 ] This is a finished fencing made of fabric, which is covered in a wickerwork and can be carried like a wig. The two sexes are wearing silk sandal shoes named Gladiba phanate (??????????????, also known as Mandalay phanate). Myanmar's different ethnical groups all have different clothing and fabric customs.

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