Brazilians wear clothing influenced by African cultures, colorful shirts and ponchos, wide straw hats and colorful jewelry. Each area of the country has different fashion trends.Continue Reading
Traditional Brazilian clothing includes ponchos, bombachas and boots. People living near the Amazon River tend to wear tunics and, in Bahia, the women wear African clothing with brightly colored scarves. In the more urban areas of the country, people dress in a more contemporary fashion. Jeans are one of the most popular clothing choices in the large cities.
Along with unique clothing, many people in different areas of the country also use face and body painting as a form of self-expression.Learn more about Clothing
Duluth Trading Company sells a full line of durable, comfortable men's clothing designed for and tested by tradesmen and includes pants, shirts, underwear, footwear and outerwear. Duluth prides itself on creating clothing that withstands the rigors of a job site while allowing the wearer to move freely.Full Answer >
Embroidery Library Inc. and McCall's have poppy patterns for clothing such as dresses, coats and shirts. EmbLibrary.com features toile, blooming and Ukrainian-style embroidery poppy patterns for shirts and sweaters. ClassyPatterns.com offers sewing patterns from McCall's Fashion Accessories for poppy and other flower applications.Full Answer >
Machine washing linen fabrics is perfectly safe and is the preferred method for cleaning clothing and linens such as shirts, handkerchiefs, bed linens, and table linens. Repeated machine washing of linens will cause the material to become more luminous and softer.Full Answer >
Traditional Jamaican clothing styles include calico tiered dresses and head scarves for women, loose pants and short-sleeved shirts for men, and Rastafarian-influenced garb for both sexes. Jamaican clothing styles borrow from both British and slave culture. Comfort is the unifying characteristic of Jamaican clothing styles, as the sun beats down unrelentingly on the Caribbean island, and the people there strive to keep cool with lightweight, breathable cottons and linens. However, Jamaicans are also fond of wearing bright colors.Full Answer >