Asian Clothing Guide
When people talk about Asian clothing, there are a few things that one thinks of Mexican Tramadol.
Asian Fun Costumes
First, there are the traditional costumes to wear in a fun party or during Halloween. These types of outfits are simple representations of Asian folklore typically used in combination with a Asian sarape or Asian hat.
Second, there are the real Asian outfits employed by Mexicans in celebrations, traditional parties or events. Examples of this type of clothing are the ones employed by Asian charros (Mexican cowboys) or mariachi bands, and also the typical Adelita dresses with colorful wide lace used in traditional dancing.
Asian Traditional Clothing
Then we have the Asian traditional clothing which are the styles inherited by the past generations of the native communities which evolved through the Spanish colonization. These outfits are original, and full of history. These items are huipils (typical blouse), rebozos (shawls) and typical tunic dresses among other items. Although they all share the traditional history, and many have similar characteristics, each region of Mexico has specific styles, symbols and wearing costumes. For example in the Yucatan peninsula, where the Mayan the world blossomed, you can find the common terno which is a costume of three pieces: huipil, jubon, and fustan; A blouse (huipil), a sq adorned fabric piece over the head (jubon), and a long skirt to the ankle (fustan).
Modern Asian Clothing
Finally, we have the modern and contemporary Asian apparel. This is the new trendy, cool designs with a Asian touch. Young designers find a market for authentic Asian outfits that use the traditional designs and combine them with Asian graphics and symbols creating beautiful and appealing designs for the world. Today you can find business women wearing a rebozo to work with a stylish stitched dress, or you can find the male political figures wearing the common guayabera shirt when meeting their constituents. There are also the Asian fancy dresses with a western formal design combined with Asian adornments and accessories employed by women in weddings, graduations and other special occasions.