Thursday, 3 September 2015

Traditional Attire

Hi people!! Happy reading again! So, today I want to tell about the traditional attire that Malaysian wear for any occasion that they are celebrated. I just want to tell you about these three main race’s traditional attire
chines attire

I will start with Chinese’s traditional attire which is cheongsam. It is a long dress with sleeveless for women to wear. It’s look very elegant. Usually, it has a high collar, buttons or frog closures near the shoulder, a snug fit at the waist and slits on either one or both sides. It is often made of shimmering silk, embroidered satin or other sensual fabrics
Next is Indian traditional attire. For women it is called as Saree. Usually the length of the Saree is about 5-6 yard in width. The Indian women will wear the Saree with a petticoat of similar shade and a matching or contrasting choli or blouse. Usually, they will wrapped the Saree and put the printed end on their shoulder. It’s very look very nice and beautiful.
As for Indian man, they will wear traditional attire called ‘Kurta’.  Usually they will wear this long knee-length shirt during formal occasion like Deepavali or Ponggal day. This shirt usually was made from cotton materials or linen cloth. 
baju kurung and baju melayu

As for Malays, women will wear Baju Kurung. There are various type of material that been used to make a Baju Kurung. It is a long knee-length loose-fitting blouse that usually worn over a long skirt. It can also be matched with shawl or scarf. While for Malays man they will wear Baju Melayu during special occasion like Hari Raya day. The Baju Melayu is a loose tunic worn over trousers. It is usually complemented with a Sampin - a short sarong wrapped around the hips.
Here I give example of all the traditional in a video. Enjoy watching it!

That’s all for today, see you next time! Bye. Have a nice day.

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