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Do you own a dress of different ethnicity?

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anna in saree
Source:http://www.enriqueiglesias.com/. Anna Kournikova in a saree


Do you own a dress of different ethnicity?

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No
Unfortunately, I don't own any clothing item that is common to a different ethnicity.
I don't know what you'd consider a dress of my own ethnicity. Whatever the Celts used to wear I suppose (furs? tartan? Wool?). Maybe a toga as a nod to being part of the Roman Empire?

I have clothes from all over the place. I like Thai and Indian clothes because they suit this climate well (fishermen's pants, kurti...). I have a vintage kimono which is nice to wear in the Spring or Autumn (it's a little hot for Summer).
That sounds like a good collection !
by BK
Sadly no :)
I'm boring aren't I.
No dear, you are not ! Trust me, this stuff is really expensive in any other country except it's country of origin. If I visit an asian country sometime, I am sure I can find what I want at half the price of what it is available here. Also, there would be a lot of variety. Another reason you would feel like buying something :)
by BK
I don't feel so bad now...thanks :)

by jonaja
No :(
I don't think I do any more - I used to have a few Asian clothes (Malay, Indonesian, Thai, Chinese) from when I lived in Singapore but I think they have all been thrown out some time ago. They wouldn't fit me now anyway!
I do own a proper Scottish tartan kilt, which I guess as a true blooded Englishwoman is a different ethnicity... sadly that doesn't fit me any more either :(
I am not western but I do own almost everything western because it's comfortable. Does that count?
I would say so pinto.
by Vee
No, but I would love to own a beautiful sari.
by Vee
Saree*. My bad, I always assumed that's how it was spelled.
by Vee
Give it a try if you are in India sometime :) They would drape it for you in way that you can get an idea what you would look like , before you buy it ! And it's much much cheaper buying it there. It's horribly overpriced here .
by BK
Like most things here, then?! LOL. I don't know where I'd wear one though.
by Vee
Yes a ery nice indian Salwar Kameez
Yes. I have a lovely Punjabi outfit.
by Rice
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