I've often lamented the fact that you see so very few Thai females in traditional garmets these days. In fact otter than at festivals or on ceremonial occasions, I don't recall seeing any for years now. (although some dress up to entertain toursists at up-market hotels & theatres)
Is an important part of Thai tradition & culture being lost to us forever or am I simply behaving like a drama queen? You see I would far rather seeing a lady in traditional garb that in some of that downright sleazy Western-style clothing that many run around in.
Here are some examples of what the average Thai lady is wearing in the LoS, just a few snaps I shot whilst on an Otter mating field trip last year.
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the tight - stonewash jeans is v.cool
on the flipside, the missus often wonders why indian chix in england go around wearing their traditional gear, even when it 4C outside
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Let 'em wear what they want.
Do they suggest you dress up according to outdated garb of your ancestery?
High leather boots, white wig, 10 button overcoat....
Sorry but from my line of sight there is NOTHING in the slightest beautiful about English dress.
Ugly f**king stuck up tarts!!
I'm going for traditional Thai dress!
Here is some examples of trad. Thai dress for ladies...
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Much better than some of the ghastly Western garb that they adorn themselves with, IMO.
I like to see the office girls in their business suits or skirts, blouses and heels. Really gets me going. =
It ain't me, it ain't me, I ain't no Interior Minister of Thailand's son.
it's ridiculous to even think that a thai woman is going to wear traditional clothes while going to work, shopping, etc. they look quite beautiful, but it's totally impractacle.
drama queen. it's not being lost, just relegated to appropriate times and events.Is an important part of Thai tradition & culture being lost to us forever or am I simply behaving like a drama queen?
But they wear more traditional garb outside of the cities.