The traditions, culture and trends of different countries bind people together. Fashion is the medium of expression of people’s ideas and culture. Trends define the times. Here are some fun fashion trends from all around the world:
1. The Poncho from Chile
The simplest of all fashion trends. An easy way to keep warm!
2. The Ushanka from Russia
Distinctive in it’s unique style, it is the only thing that can keep all of your head warm in painfully cold winters. If you visit Russia, you won’t leave without buying this hat.
3. The Gho from Bhutan
Gho, the national dress of Bhutan, was made to give the people of Bhutan a distinctive identity. This is dress is mandatory for government employees and people in the education system.
4. The Dirndl from Austria
Dirndl is popular among older women, it can be worn as everyday wear or for special occasions. The most notable feature of this dress is the way its knot is tied tells a woman’s marital status.
5. The Sombrero Vueltiao from Columbia
A Sombrero Vueltiao is one of the most handy fashion accessories. It can be folded in a way that you can carry it in your pocket. Its monochromatic design distinguishes it from others.
6. The Beret from France
In the early 20s, the French transformed this military headgear into a fashion accessory.
7. The Lederhosen from Germany
Earlier, the Lederhosen used to be a symbol of the tough and resilient working class but now it has become a piece of fancy dress all over the world.
8. Babouches from Morocco
Babouches are a must-have in Morocco, designed for comfort and ease. They have been named must-have shoes for 2016 by Vogue.
9. The Kimono from Japan
A Kimono is one of the most recognized garment all over the world. Spiritualism and psychology are attached with the color and design of this popular garment.
10. Clogs from the Netherlands
This clever idea of wooden shoes is a multi-purpose fashion item. Once in become old and worn out, people burn them and use them for cooking and keeping the house warm.
11. The Gele from Nigeria
Gele is a head accessory tied together using stiff yet bendable Doek cloth, that comes in a variety of bright, beautiful colors. It is mainly wore by elderly women but has become a fashion statement among young women, too.