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VIETNAMESE TRADITIONAL AO DAI

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Over hundreds of years with many variations, ‘ao dai’ (Vietnam’s traditional long gown) remains the country’s iconic dress which helps highlight the beauty and slenderness of women.

‘Ao dai’ has been seen in the wardrobe of every Vietnamese woman, and it has also been featured in many forms of artwork, including poems, songs, paintings, and photos.

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The traditional dress, which dates back hundreds of years, is closely associated with local women’s lives and has witnessed many historical ups and downs.

In the past, Vietnamese women wore ‘ao dai’ most of the time, capturing admiring glances and attention from other people.

With its subtle design, the dress always has its own way to make the wearers more beautiful, showing the graceful curves of a woman’s body and creating the feelings of slenderness and graciousness.

Tuoi Tre News would like to introduce some photos of historical Vietnamese women wearing the ‘ao dai.’

People are pictured going to a fish market in Saigon, now Ho Chi Minh City, in 1904. Both buyers and sellers wear ‘ao dai’ in this file photo. Photo: Tuoi Tre

A woman is shown selling vegetables and fruits near Ben Thanh Market in Saigon in the early 20th century. Photo: Tuoi Tre

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