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Inspired by Culture

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Tristan Lang

on 25 May 2014

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Inspired by Culture
Thailand
Traditional Clothing
Pha Nung- long rectangular
cloth worn around the lower
body which resembles a skirt.
It can be draped and folded in
several different ways.
Traditional Clothing
Chong Kraben- resembles pants. Lower body wrap around cloth. Worn by wrapping around the waist, stretching it away from the body, twisting the ends together, then pulling twisted fabric between the legs and tucking it in the back of the waist.
Traditional Clothing
Formal Thai Costume- chut
thai phra ratcha niyom, literally
meaning Thai dress of royal
endorsement.
Everyday Clothing
Thai people usually wear western style clothing
for everyday wear. People wear jeans or cotton pants and loose shirts. Business people wear western style suits. Children wear school uniforms.
Colour of the Day
In Thai traditions there is an astrological rule
that assigns a colour for each day of the week.
The colour is assigned based on the God who
protects the day.
Tristan Lang
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