Ripping The Veil Off, Ctd

Andrew Sullivan —  Apr 13 2011 @ 7:52am


Suzanne Merkelson and Joshua Keating catalog other countries' strict fashion codes:

Since 1990, Bhutanese have been required by law to follow the official national dress code, known as Driglam Namzha, in public. For men, that involves a knee-length robe known as a gho. For women, it's a type of ankle-length kimono called a kira. Those caught wearing anything else can be subject to a $3.30 fine, which amounts to three days' wages.

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