An American traditional clothing?

@beamer88 (4268)
January 28, 2011 9:47am CST
I posted a discussion a while ago about having attended my cousin's wedding, a Filipino, to a British national. His best man was Scottish and he wore Scottish kilts. I had asked if people wear their traditional clothing when they attend weddings. Well, to cut this story short, I found out that American don't have traditional clothing. Is this true? If they have one, how does it look like?
3 responses
@louievill (18914)
• Philippines
28 Jan 11
I think all the responses point out to one thing(I'm not American), only comes to show that America is a melting pot of different traditions and cultures. So everything goes, that 's what makes it a free culture, everybody can do as he wishes proided it is within the bound of the law, So you can go Hawaiian, Filipino, South American, European or Asian and it would be just fine, that's what makes America interesting, the freedom people enjoy.everything goes
@ptower76 (1619)
• United States
28 Jan 11
I am from America and if i attend a wedding i will dress in good taste depending on my relationship with the bride and groom. If i am very close to them i will wear a suit and tie for the purpose of photographs. If i am someone's guest or simply a distant friend i will usually dress with dressy slacks and matching shirt. If i am the one getting married it will be more important to me that my guest attend and not how they are dressed.
@uath13 (8207)
• United States
28 Jan 11
We come from so many different cultural backgrounds that we don't have any one national traditional clothing. It would depend on your particular ethnic background.