The ao dai is a Vietnamese
national costume, now most commonly worn by women. In its current form, it is a tight-fitting silk tunic worn over pantaloons. Áo classifies the item as a piece of clothing. Dài means "long".
The beauty of women dressed in “Ao Dai
” always leaves a deep impression on foreign visitors to Vietnam
. Girl students dressed in white long robes
take to streets on the way to schools or back home, or gracefully sail on their bikes along streets. Female secretaries in delicate pastels greet you at an office door and older ladies in deep shades of purple, green or blue cut a striking pose at a restaurant dinner. The “Ao Dai
” appears to flatter every figure.
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