Clothing makes a lot of our outward appearance, and everyone seems to have their own style. The U.S apparel market is one of the largest in the world. In 2015, the market was valued at approximately 359 billion U.S. dollars. And while some pieces of clothing can be considered fashionable in one country, they might as well be forbidden to wear in another one. Casual vs. formal clothing is also another point to discuss. People have decided long ago that they should cover themselves with clothes, which at that time, was absolutely strange. From today’s point of view, it is strange to go around without any clothes on.
People from all around the world have different cultures, different fashion sense, and, therefore, totally different clothing. It’s what makes them unique. But they have probably no idea they are different and unique, unless they see some of these pictures.
Here is what clothing looks like in different countries around the world.
1. Kiyomizu Temple, Kyoto, Japan
It seems like these guys are loving the black color.
2. Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan
You can find all sorts of outfits in Japan, basically.
Germany is all about simplicity and comfort.
These have an excellent fashion sense.
5. Havana, Cuba
The tradition and culture never stop being important.
6. Olavarria, Argentina
Seems like the hat is the main accessory.
Casual stylish and comfortable.
8. Havana, Cuba
9. Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Traditional clothing is very important.
10. Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo, Japan
11. Melbourne, Australia
Parties like these inspire people to wear eccentric outfits.
12. Sydney, Australia
Smart and classy.
13. Yampupata, Bolivia
Again, tradition and culture are in their hearts.
14. Pinchollo, Colca Canyon, Peru
This traditional outfit is my favorite so far!
15. Yungang Grottoes, China
16. Shanghai, China
17. Hanoi, Vietnam
18. Seoul, South Corea
Denim matching clothes are always in!
19. Moscow, Russia
This is a meme.
In the end, here are some hilariously-clothed animals and a potato for you to get this day going.