(Cinet)- Nung people are closely related to the Tay, sharing the same language, customs, religion, traditional folklore and often living in the same villages.
(Cinet)- The Muong people have their own identities in decorating their clothes. Muong men dress in shirts which are chest-opened, round-necked, shoulder-horn-made buttoned with two low pockets and sometimes with an upper pocket on the left.
Vietnamese girls become milder, more elegant and more delicate when once they put on a hat which gives shelter to their blushing cheeks like a crowing bud protected from sun, rain or rough wind. Now, Vietnamese girls do not like just any conical hat they come upon. The dearest to them is inevitably the one called the "Poetical Leaf ".
Ao ba ba, (or Vietnamese silk pajamas) - is one of several traditional Vietnamese costumes. It continues to be widely used today.
Ao Yem, also referred to simply as "Yem", is an ancient Vietnamese bodice used primarily as an undergarment that was once worn by Vietnamese women across all classes.