Ao Dai – symbolic costume of Vietnamese women

Update: 09:48 | 19/11/2020

Experiencing the many ups and downs of history, Ao Dai has affirmed its position as a dress that represents Vietnamese costumes as well as containing a long-standing historical and cultural tradition, aesthetic concept and the national spirit of the Vietnamese people.

Ao Dai, symbolic costume, Vietnamese women, long-standing historical, cultural tradition, aesthetic concept, national spirit

Female students wearing Ao Dai during their graduation ceremony.

Ao Dai, symbolic costume, Vietnamese women, long-standing historical, cultural tradition, aesthetic concept, national spirit

Ao Dai highlighting women’s beauty.

Ao Dai, symbolic costume, Vietnamese women, long-standing historical, cultural tradition, aesthetic concept, national spirit

Vietnamese traditional long dresses impress international friends at a festival.

Ao Dai, symbolic costume, Vietnamese women, long-standing historical, cultural tradition, aesthetic concept, national spirit

Female students (in Ao Dai) walking on the streets.

Ao Dai, symbolic costume, Vietnamese women, long-standing historical, cultural tradition, aesthetic concept, national spirit

Modern girls are more beautiful in traditional dresses.

Ao Dai, symbolic costume, Vietnamese women, long-standing historical, cultural tradition, aesthetic concept, national spirit

Ao Dai shows have become unique performances in many major art programmes.

Source: NDO 

Quang Ninh encourages women to wear Ao Dai at office
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In late June, a special show of more than 1,000 Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional long dresses) patterns, entitled “Ao Dai – Vietnam’s cultural heritage”, was held at the Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) in Hanoi. A few days before, the first national conference on this special costume took place in Hanoi. These positive moves show Vietnam’s determination to have Ao Dai recognized as a world heritage item honoured by UNESCO.
 
History of "ao dai" revealed in HCMC exhibit
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