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The Myanmar Times | Fashion in the spotlight

Is the change in Myanmar fashion a cause for concern or commotion? In Myanmar there is a saying that "the fame of a man is his mighty arm; the fame of a woman is her dark, healthful coat in a large, narrow knot". However, today many Myanmar mothers do not have long enough long locks to make even a small lump.

However, apparel is still the most significant fashion shift in Myanmar lately.

At home or at rituals all over the globe, she is dressed in Myanmar clothes and looks stylish and serene. It is without doubt Myanmar's symbol of fashion and democrat. But Daw Suu also sometimes decides to change: photographs of her in blueglasses during a recent trip to Mongolia aroused indignation on some of Myanmar's web sites.

Whilst Daw Suu's Mongolian wardrobe was certainly not out of place, some believe that when older girls imitate international fashions, the results are unattractive. She says that many of her employees choose different genres, which she is sad. "Most Myanmar homemakers watchorean films broadcast on Myanmar's television stations.

You think that Korea is dominated by fashion, but you have to know that Myanmar also has its own beautiful fashion. She said: "I don't want our fashion to vanish from our world. Thirty year old Ma Nyein Nyein said Myanmar women can dress in shorts without endangering their morale. When you go someplace where it's okay to wore shorts, you can.

You shouldn't put anything impolite on. Though you can always have shorts, you have to have style," said Ma Nyein Nyein. When you want to fashion it should be interchangeable with you, said Ma Thinzar, a 30-year-old homemaker. In comparison to other South East Asia nations such as Vietnam and Thailand, the percentage of females in conventional clothing is very high.

However, will this be changed in the near term? It is a signal that Myanmar is not seeing the beauties of our own attire. There' s a lot of things we should mimic from other lands, but mimicking fashion style is not.

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