clothes worn in Jamaica
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clothes worn in Jamaica
What kind of clothes do you wear?
March-30-2009 by Wellesley Gayle
Very interesting question Marissa :-)
By the way, I've actually answered a similar question on another page, indicating that:
'Jamaica's clothing is a remarkable fusion of the traditional and the western. A blend of different cultures from all over the world has led to a cultural diversity that is reflected in our attire.
Though clothing portrays the cultural amalgamation that took place throughout ages, it retains a traditional and native flavor that is unique in itself.
Traditional Jamaican dress for the women consists of a skirt, a top and a headscarf that is made from calico, a type of cotton cloth.
The dresses that Jamaican people wear are very colorful which mirror the spirit of the Jamaicans...' For the entire article click here Keep in touch
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