All Ao Dai
The ao dai is the national costume of Vietnam that is meant to grace a woman's figure. Modest yet seductive, it really is a beautiful article of clothing.


From the author: My fascination and appreciation for the ao dai runs deeper than my Vietnamese heritage that runs in my veins. In an attempt to find photos of the ao dai to post in my personal tumblr, I found a lack of photos compared to what I could find for the Indian saree. One day I decided that I would start a blog that was dedicated to ao dai.

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All Ao Dai
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Ao Dai GIRL,Song of spring by nines_graphics on Flickr.
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cindyngwen:

Yup. They made me wear the ao dai at work so I don’t think it’ll be tok attractive to just chew gum and file my names like Bobby claimed…
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Ao Dai Viet Nam Vietnamese Traditional Dress by Hai Tuoi on Flickr.
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Ao dai by Ben <DN> on Flickr.
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Ao Dai Trang Vietnamese Traditional Dress Fashion by Hai Tuoi on Flickr.