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Skirt: Quiz


Question 1: The gho is a knee-length robe worn by men in ________.
CambodiaMalaysiaUnited Arab EmiratesBhutan

Question 2: Trouser skirt, a straight skirt with the part above the hips tailored like men's ________, with belt loops, pockets, and fly front
KiltCottonWomen wearing pantsTrousers

Question 3: Sarongs exist in various cultures under various names, including the pareo and lavalava of the Hawaiian islands and Polynesia (Samoa, Tonga, Tahiti, and Fiji), the Indian ________ and lungi, and the South Indian mundu.
SariBlouseDhotiNational costume

Question 4: T-skirt, made from a ________, the T-skirt is generally modified to result in a pencil skirt, with invisible zippers, full length 2-way separating side zippers, as well as artful fabric overlays and yokes.
T-shirtUndergarmentBoxer briefsBoxer shorts

Question 5: Skirts have been worn by men and women from many cultures, such as the lungi, kanga and sarong worn in South Asia and Southeast Asia, and the kilt worn in ________.
WalesUnited KingdomScotlandEngland

Question 6: In ________, skirts are usually considered women's clothing.
History of EuropeDemographics of EuropeCulture of EuropeCulture of the United Kingdom

Question 7: Usage varies - the ________ is part of everyday dress on the Indian subcontinent while the kilt is more usually restricted to occasional wear and the foustanella is used almost exclusively as costume.
National costumeSarongSariDhoti

Question 8: Lahenga is a traditional dress of women of ________, and Pakistan worn below waistline and extends to the toe, upper part of the body is covered with a choli or Kameez.
BiharUttar PradeshNorth IndiaIndo-Gangetic Plain

Question 9: The kilt is a traditional men's garment in Scotland, and some fashion designers, such as ________, have shown men's skirts.
Christian LacroixYves Saint Laurent (designer)Jean-Paul GaultierKarl Lagerfeld

Question 10: The hemline of skirts can be as high as the upper thigh or as low as the ground, depending on the whims of ________ and the modesty or personal taste of the wearer.
Byzantine dressEarly medieval European dressFashionAnglo-Saxon dress

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