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 Post by: thanhtam
 ID 13877
 Date: 10/21/2006

o di
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b kon chữa họ nghe:
"Ao dai"appeared since 18th century. It was made by Nguyen Phucs Khoat lord It's unobstrusive. 1930s, in group called "Tu Luc Van Doan" made high necket Ao dai but didn't have waist. Mrs Trinh Thuc Oanh designed the waist for Ao dai.
Both before and now, the Ao dai pregnant with deep thoughts: 2 flap symbolic for parents-in-law and parents-in-laws. 5 buttons symbolze for humane, politeness, disposition to do good, animated and prestige.

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 Reply: binhthuong
 REF: 88509
 Date: 10/29/2006

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----Sưu tầm-----
Long Dress

A lasting impression for any visitor to Vietnam is the beauty of Vietnamese women dressed in their Ao Dai. These long flowing dresses worn over loose-fitting trousers are considered to be the national dress of Vietnamese women.

Early versions of the Ao Dai date back to 1744, when men and women to wear a trouser and gown ensemble that buttoned down the front. Although popular, men wore it less often than women, and generally only on ceremonial occasions such as at weddings and funerals. It took another twenty years before the next major design change occurred and nearly another two hundred years before the modern Ao Dai emerged.

The original Ao Dai was loosely tailored with four panels (Ao Tu Than), two of which were tied in the back. In 1930, a Vietnamese fashion designer and writer, Cat Tuong, lengthened the top so it reached the floor. Tuong also fitted the bodice to the curves of the body and moved the buttons from the front to an opening along the shoulder and side seam. As a result of these changes, Ao Dai became a contoured, full-length dress. The dress splits into a front and back panel from the waist down. During the 1950s two tailors in Saigon, Tran Kim of Thiet Lap Tailors and Dung of Dung Tailors, started producing the gowns with raglan sleeves. This created a diagonal seam running from the collar to the underarm and is the preferred style today.

There have been many stylish alterations in color and collar design in the past four decades. Most noticeable is the gradual shortening of the gown's length, such that today, it is usually just below the knee. Variations in the neck collar, between boat and mandarin style, are common. But more adventurous alterations such as low scooped necklines, puffed sleeves, and off-the-shoulder designs are emerging as more women experiment with fashion. Less rigid control over color and access to new fabrics have also created dazzling results. Every Ao Dai is custom-made, accounting for the fit that creates a flattering look for each woman.

It is hard to think of a more elegant, demure and yet sexy outfit, that suits Vietnamese women of all ages than the Ao Dai.

Ao Dai
The National Costume
By: Claire Ellis

 Reply: nvdtdnguyen
 REF: 90502
 Date: 02/11/2007

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Chng ta khng được gọi o di l Long Dress m phải l o Di

Về nguồn gốc của o di xuất hiện từ lc no th khng r, nhưng người ta cho rằng o di xuất hiện từ thời Hai B Trưng!!!

 Reply: nangmai
 REF: 90829
 Date: 03/12/2007

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 Reply: namthao
 REF: 91854
 Date: 05/16/2007

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Hello Thanh Tam,

Mnh rewrite your assay, and if it is not what you want or like or you are not happy, please forgive me.

"o di", a long dress, unobstrusive, a traditional Vietnamese for both men and women wearing, coming out in 18th centery, was made by lord,Khoat Phuc Nguyen. About 1930s, a writer group, Tự Lực Văn Đon, modified o di with a style high necket, but didn't have a waist. Later Mrs Oanh Thuc Trinh, redesigned the waist of ao dai. As we know now ao dai is our tradition and culture of Vietnemese and it is also a symbol, and present for a deep thought about our parents. Especially, two flaps are presented for both parents-in-law, five bottons symbolize for humane, politenss, disposition to do good, animated and prestige. Nowadays, althought ao dai has been modified and redesigned for several times, ao dai is always beautiful.

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