Eduardo Francos Margareto María Espina De La Rosa Guillermo García Regaliza Sara García Alonso Diego Guarde

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Eduardo Francos Margareto Mara Espina De La Rosa Guillermo Garca Regaliza Sara Garca Alonso Diego Guarde Slide 2 FRANCE Slide 3 France has many regions, each with its own traditional dress. There is a national costume for France. The costumes are based on the clothing of the late 19th century in rural areas of that region, as the 20 th century produced a great deal of change, traditional dress quickly fell into disuse, only to be used for special occasions Slide 4 The costumes can be very different from one region to another, especially on women and the hats that range from small to large straw hats starched lace contraptions. The only thing they all have in common is that men wear pants, women wear skirts, and both carry a kind of headdress. Here are some examples: Slide 5 TURKEY Slide 6 There are several types of clothing in Turkish women because it is conditioned by the hijab. there are women who are covered with a black robe, others with scarf and coat, scarf and jacket with other American (blazer), and others who do not use any kind of veil and dress in Western fashion.hijab Muslims and stopped them and the woman, they were covered in white and black women because white was transparent, and because it was also suggestive. Slide 7 The Koran commands man to cover his wife, but to take care of their own weakness. Still men do not wear the Muslim way. In Turkey the headscarf is not allowed in the ministries, public offices, universities and government agencies since its proclaimed secular state. Slide 8 Costume weavers One of the most typical costumes of Turkey is that of the weavers, which consists of a very long and wide skirt with black and red, a black gown very wide sleeves and a white cloth attached to the head with a thick ribbon of fabric u like the veil falls to the neck. Slide 9 SPAIN Slide 10 Andal Costume The origin of the flamenco dress is dressed in fatigues of the nineteenth century Andalusian woman, they would look to the caretakers of the cattle traders, on the occasion of the April Fair of Seville, gathered at the Prado San Sebastian since 1847. As the entertainment business did succumb to the show lost its name-the cattle- adorned festive meeting that primal beat, getting even the placet of the ladies of high rank in the Latin American Exhibition of 1929. Slide 11 REGIONAL COSTUME PALENTINO The traditional clothing of the usual in the eighteenth century, with some medieval and Renaissance elements. White shirt, vest and black hat, brown pants and a man wearing red sash. For woman, a black velvet bodice, a red cloth overskirt, yellow or green, a black apron, petticoat and white stockings fishnet stockings. Slide 12 The richest dresses are embroidered with jet on the skirt and apron, and a royal grant, the women of the capital can take on the cross brought a gold band in memory of the heroic defense that made the city against the troops Duke of Lancaster in the absence of men. These elements undergo variations depending on location Slide 13 GERMANY Slide 14 Woman costume The dirndl consists of several items that account for its popularity among those found to be wearing a bra with a blouse, skirt and apron today there are countless versions much more elegant and expensive of it. This suit was originally designed with a somewhat thick clothing to withstand winter seasons, being used many times thicker materials such as cotton or wool is to make the skirts and even shirts. Slide 15 The dirndl is used today only for traditional events and formerly had softer colures compared to the bright and colorful models today, becoming modified to suit modern trends. A knot on the platform of the dirndl is considered a symbol to indicate that the woman is married.traditional events Slide 16 Man costume Lederhosen The word Lederhosen is not nothing but leather pants, only in German. They are baggy pants worn by the German men's alpine areas and surrounding villages. This traditional style of German clothing was also worn by the young German boys up to age 16. Compared with the traditional Bavarian clothing, leather pants were less decorated, but always characterized by their straps and front flap. The Lederhosen were used in the mountains of southern Germany and were preferred by riders and hunters Slide 17 The Gamsbart is also a part of traditional German clothing and is actually a strand of hair that is used as a form of decoration on hats Tracht. Here, the lower end of the hair is placed in the metal and the top goes out like a brush. According to ancient traditions, these were placed only on hats, but today, the Gamsbart is used as part of the clothing and also includes women's clothing. Probably it was not until the sixteenth century that people belonging to lower strata of society had to wear shades of brown or gray. In fact, the clothes in shades of blue were used only on holidays