Examples of clothing that have characterized different regions for a number of generations.
Piece of fabric or woven plant fibers that is worn around the waist by certain peoples of South America, Africa and Oceania.
Full garment made from a length of fabric folded in two; it is worn by black African men and women.
Long full garment, often richly decorated; it is worn by men as ceremonial attire in the eastern Mediterranean region.
Skullcap of white or red woolen fabric, usually bearing a tassel; it has long been the traditional Turkish headgear.
Headgear worn by men in the eastern Mediterranean region and southern Asia and made from a strip of fabric encircling the head.