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Suki’s Kimono: Traditional World Outfits. I can compare and contrast different traditional outfits from around the world. Pg. 166. Locations Around The Wolrd. World Map Japan - Kimono United States - Moccasins Chile - Poncho France - Berets China - Qipao India - Sari. Kimono.

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suki s kimono traditional world outfits

Suki’s Kimono:Traditional World Outfits

I can compare and contrast different traditional outfits from around the world.

Pg. 166

locations around the wolrd
Locations Around The Wolrd
  • World Map
  • Japan - Kimono
  • United States - Moccasins
  • Chile - Poncho
  • France - Berets
  • China - Qipao
  • India - Sari
kimono
Kimono
  • Design influenced by Chinese Hanfu clothing style and worn in Japan as early as 5 A.D.
  • Traditionally worn by both men and women everyday, samurai and sumo wrestlers included.
  • Now mostly just worn for special occasions
chinese chipao mandarin gown
Chinese Chipao – Mandarin Gown
  • Created in the 1920’s in Shanghai
  • Known as a Chipao (Mandarin) or Cheongsam (English version of Cantonese word)
  • Now worn mostly in Hong Kong and Taiwan, formal attire for special occasions
east indian sari
East Indian Sari
  • Worn in India as early as 2800-1800 B.C.
  • A strip of cloth ranging from 2-9 yards in lengh and 2-4 feet in width
  • Still worn today by women for everyday attire