Garment Worn

Some articles on garment worn, worn:

List Of Wedding Ceremony Participants - Traditional Wedding Clothing Attire
... Cheongsam or Hanfu, Chinese traditional formal wear Batik and Kebaya, a garment worn by the Javanese people of Indonesia and also by the Malay people of Malaysia Barong ... The kittel is worn only under the Chupah, and is removed before the reception Topor, a type of conical headgear traditionally worn by grooms as part of the Bengali Hindu wedding ceremony Evening Suits Black tie ("dinne ... UK very formal evening attire) Sherwani, a long coat-like garment worn in South Asia Wedding crown, worn by Scandinavian brides Wedding veil Wedding dress Langa oni, traditional two piece ...
Lingerie - Typology
... A shorter style, it is often worn with panties ... Bedjacket, worn over a nightgown or negligee for warmth and modesty ... Bloomers were worn for several decades during the first part of the 20th century, but are not widely worn today ...

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