Hmong Male Sev (Apron)
Thai tribal textile
This piece of attire is called a sev, or apron. It is attached to a hlab sev, or sash, which is tied around the waist. The sev is usually worn on the front of a pleated skirt or pants. This specific piece is worn by men on very special occasions, like their wedding, and contains highly detailed embroidery work of a master artist.
This is a new piece of clothing made by ladies of the animistic Hmong tribe in Northern Thailand. It comes straight from the source: with buying this product you directly support the Hmong tribe.