COSPLAY FAIRIES • COSPLAY TUCSON ARIZONA • COSPLAY FANTASY ART VIETNAM
COSPLAY CRIMEA • COSPLAY DEP • COSPLAY CRAZY HOUSE • COSPLAY FRIENDS IN NATURE
COSPLAY VANG VIENG RIVER PARTY • COSPLAY ANIME FOR A SONG VIETNAM • EXPLORING COSPLAY IN CHINA
COSPLAY AUTUMN SUNFLOWERS OF VIETNAM • FAIRY CANYON COSPLAY MUI NE VIETNAM
COSPLAY MUI NE BEACH & HARBOR VIETNAM
Cosplay in Abandoned French Villa
by Richard Fisher
Copyright © 2014 Richard D. Fisher
Cosplay costumes vary greatly and can range from simple themed clothing to highly detailed costumes.
still a very conservative country and Cosplay is just in its infancy stage here.
So it is appropriate that we start with a very conservative girl, nicknamed Dep, meaning "beauty," modeling the Vietnamese national dress called an Ao dai.
Cosplay Dep beauty girl in old abandoned French Colonial Villa
In its current form the Ao dai, is a tight-fitting silk tunic worn over loose fitting pants called coo lots in English. Ao means a type of clothing and Dai means "long."
The word "ao
dai" was originally applied to the outfit worn at the royal court in Hue in the
18th century. It was redesigned by by Vietnamese in Paris in the 1920s and 30s.
In the 1950s, Saigon designers tightened the fit to produce the version worn by Vietnamese women today.
fashion now emphasizes the way the dress ties feminine beauty to Vietnamese
nationalism, especially in the form of "Miss Ao Dai" pageants,
popular both among Vietnamese living abroad and in Vietnam itself.
Cosplay they say it is a ghost house? She is a pretty lively girl to be a ghost.
Cosplay Dep means beautiful in Vietnam language. Certainly she is.
Cosplay Dep umbrella girl in abandoned French colonial garden.
Cosplay exterior view of abandoned Old House French Villa with youthful Cosplay model.
Strange Cosplay Umbrella Baby in Vietnam
Cosplay Umbrella Girl in Ao dai the national costume of Vietnam
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