Posts Tagged ‘traditional clothing’

Indian Street Style (Naga Shawl) | AnOther Loves

December 1, 2015

kohima street style

Indian Street Style (man wearing an Angami Naga shawl). On AnOther Loves.

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Kohima, Nagaland.

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big turban sadhu man

March 12, 2015

turban fashion street style india

Sadhu in all black and big turban. Biggest I’ve ever seen.

October 2014, Pushkar.

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Angami Naga Women in Sunday Traditional

January 14, 2015

angami naga street style nagaland

Angami naga women in their 80s. Returning from church.

“She is very old. I am 81. I used to be a teacher. My husband was the third person to own a scooter in Dimapur.” — Khrieleni Terhuja(r)

January 2014. Dimapur, Nagaland. 

bok | ladakhi shawl

January 12, 2015

ladakhi woman fashion bok

“Bok is a colourful shawl worn for warmth and protection on the back. Traditionally it used to have a bright design on the outside and yak or goat skin on the inside to keep the wearer warm. This has now been changed by fashion to a simple ornament of brightly coloured material although in winter many women still wear goat skin to keep warm.”

July 2014. Leh, Ladakh.

90 year old woman | Street Style Bhutan

December 27, 2014

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90 year old Bhutanese woman in traditional attire(togeo and kira) and checkered vans.

Photographed at the Punakha festival in Punakha, Bhutan.

Tshering | Street Style Bhutan

December 22, 2014

bhutanese woman

“This kira is the first one I ever bought. A piece like this could take a year to make. My earrings and necklace were made by my mother — she likes recreating jewelry. The coral stones are traditional; you’ll find almost everyone owning a piece. Dzi — the cat eye, is rare and expensive. It is difficult to find original dzi pieces and the ones I’m wearing have been collected and passed on from generation to generation.”

What’s your favourite place in Bhutan?
Bumthang.

What are you listening to right now?
Misty Blue by Dorothy Moore.

Anything on repeat?
My oldies playlist. So there is The Chi-Lites, Al Green, The Manhattans, Otis Redding.

Thimphu, Bhutan. March 2014.

Konyak Naga Men in Traditional Clothes

December 14, 2014

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naga fashion street style nagaland

Konyak Naga Men.

“Tattoos on their faces signify that they have partaken in the practice of headhunting.”

December 2014. Hornbill Festival, Nagaland.

Sema Naga | Naga Shawls

December 14, 2014

naga shawls street style nagaland

Sema Naga man.

January 2013. Kohima, Nagaland.

Yimchunger Naga | Naga Shawls

December 14, 2014

naga shawl street style nagaland

Yimchunger Naga man.

December 2014. Hornbill Festival, Nagaland.

Young Chakhesang Naga Girl

December 8, 2014

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Young Chakhesang Naga girl in traditional clothes.

Hornbill Festival, Nagaland. December 2014.

Phom Naga

December 1, 2014

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street style nagaland india

Phom Naga Men. Wearing tiger tooth necklace, armlets made of cane, and headgear made of bear hair, boar tusks, and ivory.

“One oral tradition of the Phoms states that their ancestors originated from stones..”

Photographed in December 2012 at the Hornbill Festival // Inputs from Ringo Oduyo

traditional angrakha

November 22, 2014

street style pushkar rajasthan

Camel traders(sellers) from Jalore, Rajasthan. Wearing traditional waist length angrakhas.

October 2014, Pushkar

Bhutanese Kid | Happy Losar

March 2, 2014

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A 5 year old Bhutanese girl in traditional dress(togeo and kira)Will start going to school next year. Hometown: Mongar.

It’s the 1st day of Losar here and town seems empty.

Photographed on Norzin Lam Street in Thimphu, Bhutan.


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