What type of clothes do people in Tibet wear?
Asked by neera bhatt, 21 Jul '09 02:50 pm
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Each part of Tibet has its own distinct style of clothing. Tibetan clothing consists of a robe and shirt. The Tibetan robe worn by men is broad and is normally fastened under the right arm, while the woman\'s are slightly narrower with or without sleeves. Men typically wear white shirts with high collars, while women wear various colors with turn down collars. The wearing of aprons is very popular among Tibetan women, as it is considered to be a privileged dressing style specially reserved for the married women.Answered by Naresh Swain, 21 Jul '09 02:56 pm
Baniyan,Under wear,Trouser,Shirt,Sweter,Socks,Leather Shoe,Hand Gloves,Monkey Cap.Answered by Amol Sawant, 21 Jul '09 04:36 pm
Most Tibetans wear their hair long, although in recent times due to the Chinese influence, some men do crop their hair short. The women plait their hair into two queues, the girls into a single queue. Because of Tibet\'s cold weather, the men and women wear thick long dresses (chuba\'s). The men wear a shorter version with pants underneath. The style of the clothing varies between regions. Nomads often wear thick sheepskin chuba\'s.Answered by gkr, 21 Jul '09 03:18 pm