In general, Brazilians wear clothing that’s comfortable yet richly colored and sophisticated. However, there are some preferred clothing types depending on region. For example, those living in the southern plains, a ranching area, wear gaucho-type clothing: baggy pants, or bombachas; cowboy hats and cowboy boots.
What are some traditional clothes Brazilians wear?
The most popular traditional pieces of clothes in Brazil are bombachas pants, baiana dress, poncho, Carmen Miranda costume, and cowboy hat. The bombachas are baggy pants often worn by gauchos – South American cowboys. They are comfortable for riding and look charming.
What is the national dress in Brazil?
Brazil’s national dress consists of generally casual yet comfortable clothing, including jeans for women and flip flops for men. Dress in Brazil is stylish and unique, with a sense of individuality. Casual wear in Brazil caters towards showing skin, particularly for women.
What should you not wear in Brazil?
We don’t recommend jeans or long pants—you’ll get uncomfortably hot. If you’re going to the beach or just wandering through the streets, choose beach shorts and light t-shirts with sandals or flip flops. If you are going to a restaurant, choose more up-scale shorts with casual shoes and maybe a polo shirt.
What are 5 interesting facts about Brazil?
Brazil number ones
- São Paulo is the largest city in the southern hemisphere.
- Brazil has more animal and plant species than any other country in the world.
- Brazil has been the largest producer of coffee for the last 150 years.
- Portuguese is the official language in Brazil.
- Brazil was a Portuguese colony for 322 years.
What color should you avoid wearing in Brazil?
Avoid green and yellow, the colors of the Brazilian flag.