One of the things that makes this world so colourful are the colours, styles, and textures of traditional clothing from around the world. Much of this fashion still has an impact on society today and it’s a fascinating area of study. For example, the Inuit, Japanese, and Kenyan, and Saudi clothing are all very different and serve specific purposes. A lot can be learned from the materials and design of traditional fabrics, and that’s my feature this month.
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Traditional Fabrics is my favourite from last month:
I found this post about things you can learn from traditional fabrics by When It Comes Time To Be A Mother very interesting and it totally makes sense! What are some of the traditional fabrics in your area? Let’s chat about them in the comments below!