Lahu boy in
wearing the male traditional dress, which is mostly blackish, with yellow-red
and some green embroidery along the edges of the jacket and at the bottom edges
of his pants. At the front part of the jacket this embroidery runs vertically
along the edges of the flaps and horizontally at the bottom, as well as on the
upper edges of two square front pockets, which have some additional floral
designs just above the opening. The jacket can be closed by pompon-like buttons,
one on either side of the flaps and with a tiny hook for fastening.
See POSTAGE STAMPS.
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