Indian outfits #ibmcsc india

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A traditional dress worn by both women and men is the kameez (a long tunic) worn over a pair of baggy trousers (salwar). The salwar legs are wide at the top, and narrow at the ankle. When women wear the salwar kameez, they usually wear a long scarf or shawl called a dupatta around the head or neck. The clothing is beautiful and I am enjoying wearing the salwar kameez.
Sari (saree) is a four to nine yard unstitched garment draped in different styles and worn on an upper stitched garment called choli/blouse.

Sunshine shop with Fides and Jill.

Sunshine shop with Jill and Fides.

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Jocelyn5Our CSC team (Flavio from Brazil, Mikimasa from Japan and me from the US) for Project Sukanya. Aparna is the CEO for Project Sukanya.

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3 thoughts on “Indian outfits #ibmcsc india

  1. Jocelyn, love these photos! Do you get to keep the attire? You and team have certainly acclimated to the culture there. I will be so anxious to reconnect with you upon your return. It is fun following you as you blog. Enjoy this amazing experience!

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