The áo tứ thân is a “four-panelled traditional dress is a gauze or silk robe worn over a white or yellow shirt. The robe consists of four narrow pieces of fabric that run the length of the body. The length of the áo tứ thân reaches almost lớn the floor with tight sleeves. It is mixed with an Áo yếm và black long skirt. Two pieces are joined at the back down to lớn the heel. The front two pieces are joined with the two back pieces down to lớn the waist và the ties together into a knot under a green, pink, or yellow belt. The skirt is usually màu đen that can reach to lớn the ground. The robe is usually brown, black, or ebony gauze. The áo tứ thân is not to lớn be mistaken with the Áo giao lĩnh which has a cross collar.


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A flowing outer tunic, reaching almost lớn the floor. It is mở cửa at the front, like a jacket. At the waist the tunic splits into two flaps: a full flap in the back (made up of two flaps sewn together) and the two flaps in the front which are not sewn together but can be tied together or left dangling.Váy đụp, a long skirt, worn under the tunic.Yếm, an ancient bodice worn as an undergarment by women. It comes in many fabrics và colors, worn under the skirt & outer tunic.A silk sash which is tied at the waist as a belt.Guốc Mộc, a phối of wooden clogs that were worn as shoesNón Quai Thao, the hat that was generally warn along with the áo tứ thân in exchange of the Khăn mỏ quạ

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Áo Yếm

As part of the áo tứ thân any many other traditional Vietnamese dresses, the Yếm is most frequently worn underneath a blouse or overcoat. It is a square piece of cloth with one corner cut away to lớn fit under the woman’s throat. This piece of clothing was a typical Vietnamese undergarment worn by Vietnamese women from all walks of life.


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