What is the national costume of Italy?


The national costume of Italy has its roots in the Roman Empire. Men mainly wear black with dress shoes and loafers. Women basic garment is the stola, which is essentially a long tunic reaching to the ground. It is generally worn over another long tunic, the tunica interior.
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The National costume of Italy is the Tarantella costume. Most of the costumes were usually white with red bands and black felt hats with flowers, completing the look with a sword. Tarantella is a group of Italian folk dances with a fast beat, usually accompanied by tambourines.
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