The 5 most typical foods of Peru
- 5 May, 2023
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She looks for comfort when it comes to dressing, she is practical and very, very casual. "Their star garment is jeans. They also love heels, small tops or polo shirts, blouses, shorts and denim jackets, as well as A-line dresses," she says.
Peruvian women traditionally wear long skirts (known as polleras) and colourful shawls (known as mantas). Men usually wear trousers (known as bombachas) and ponchos. Both men and women often wear wide-brimmed hats to protect them from the sun.
The typical clothing of the coastal region that has transcended, is characterised by its freshness and comfort, being mainly made of soft and light fabrics; in order to facilitate certain common tasks on the coast, such as fishing, cultivation, cattle breeding, among others.
A typical costume is the clothing that expresses the cultural identity of a region. These costumes were in common use respectively in their places of origin. Nowadays they are representatives of cultural celebrations and events, festivals and fairs.