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Jpeg K This poor quality photo is interesting in that it shows an elderly Southern White Thai, (Tai Mai Chau), woman wearing the traditional everyday white headcloth left un-dyed which is now infrequently worn.  She is wearing a skirt with a black (or indigo) body and without a hem piece.  With this she is wearing a black blouse with slim arms in the older fashion rather than a modern style blouse from commercial cloth.  Mai Chau District in Hoa Binh Province but near the border with the north-western part of Thanh Hoa Province in north west Vietnam. 9510A09.JPG

Despite its poor quality this photo is interesting in that it shows an elderly Southern White Thai (Tai Mai Chau) woman wearing the traditional everyday white headcloth left un-dyed which is now infrequently worn.  She is wearing a skirt with a black (or indigo) body and without a hem piece.  With this she is wearing a black blouse with slim arms in the older fashion rather than a modern style blouse from commercial cloth.  Mai Chau District in Hoa Binh Province near the border with the north-western part of Thanh Hoa Province in north west Vietnam.

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