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In the 1920s and 1930s during French colonialism, the outfit was redesigned as a modern dress by a French-trained Vietnamese artist named Cat Tuong, or Le Mur.

As part of our tour in Vietnam, we will visit Hoi An, where you can put on a traditional ao dai and be taken around this historic charming town with a professional photographer.

The History of Ao Dai Dress Even though the ao dai is perceived as the symbol for traditional Vietnamese identity and femininity, its current form has only emerged after substantial foreign influence, making it the ao dai we know today.

Girls in white áo dài riding their bicycles to school have inspired many Vietnamese songs, poems, and paintings.

The front flap was extended to reach the ankle, and the form became more fitted.

The modern ao dai is cooler and more breathable than the ancient ao dai.

After the establishment of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, Hồ Chí Minh penned an essay in 1947 noting that the áo dài was not fit for the fields or the factory, asking Vietnamese to adapt their attire to be more efficient for work.

An ao dai is split from the waist into two flowing pieces split and needs to be worn with pants underneath.

Exhibition highlights Ao Dai made from silk and hemp

Check out the following links to learn more about our tours and get a head start on planning your hassle-free vacation today! Some of these new takes on the traditional dress have made it more practical, which means they can be worn in less formal settings.

The word 'ao dai' was originally used in the 18th century, during the Nguyen dynasty when Chinese-style clothing was mandated.

Exhibition highlights Ao Dai made from silk and hemp

Exhibition highlights Ao Dai made from silk and hemp

Xem 1.500 Mẫu Vải Áo Dài Đẹp, Chất Lượng, Mới Nhất 2022

Description: The various modern versions of ao dai seek to show the femininity of women and are therefore more popular in women's fashion.

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Overthe áo dài has evolved alongside Vietnam, going from regal to practical, humble to high fashion, and back again.
Fancy dinners, important meetings, and celebrations are all suitable occasions, just be sure to always wear your áo dài over pants or trousers.
Nowadays, ao dai is worn daily by Vietnamese people of all economic backgrounds.

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