The traditional garb of the "pygmy" tribes is a plant-based clothing crafted from the leaves and bark of trees found in the African rain forest. In the native language this clothing is called "mulumba" and it is habitual... More »

The pygmies of the northern Congo are a forest-dwelling people who rarely stand taller than 5 feet. Of the four main pygmy peoples, the Aka are the ones who dwell in the Northern Congo. The small stature of the pygmies e... More »

The people of the Adena culture wore clothing made with animal hides and cloth woven from bark and plant material. Evidence suggests that the men wore loincloths or breechcloths, while the women dressed in skirts made fr... More »

Polish people often wear more formal clothing than people in Western Europe and the United States. Women often wear pencil skirts, fitted blouses and high heels on the street. Men most commonly wear dressy-casual shirts ... More »

French people typically wear gender-distinctive, age-appropriate clothing and accessories. They tend to dress more formally than people in the United States. More »

The kimono is a traditional type of clothing that is typically worn during formal occasions, while everyday clothing includes pants, blouses and skirts. Many Japanese citizens wear conservative clothing, such as suits or... More »

Chinook men rarely wore clothing beyond a breechcloth, while the women wore bark or cedar grass skirts. They protected themselves from the rain with capes made out of tule rush, a grasslike plant in the region. During co... More »