(Cinet)- The Gia Rai people have their own identities in graphic design and decorating their clothes. Though each Gia Rai group has it own way to decorate, they all have common features.
(Cinet)- Pu Peo people do not embroider their clothing fabric but use the colorful cloth attachments on the hems of the shirts, on the diamond shaped cover in front of the skirts as well as their hems and the turbans. Often these cloth attachments are in basic shapes such as triangle, diamond, rectangle and in color of green, red, white, purple and yellow. They are skillfully arranged to make the patterns like rooster combs, the sun … to convey the common spiritual meanings. The Sun and the Ying-Yang theory are the basis for human and nature development and prosperity.
(Cinet)- With the colorful and detailed decoration on their fabric, the Dao Tien women make beautiful skirts and blouses which bring out their beauty.
(Cinet)- Pieu scarf of the Thai women is a specialty of their costume. The beautiful, sophisticated flowery decorative patterns, which reflects the love and attractive feminism of the Thai women.
(Cinet)- In the old time, for the daily life or small festivals, the imperial women often use turbans to wrap around their head.