Traditional Ao Dai accentuates top Miss Vietnam contestants
The top 60 beauty contestants in the upcoming Miss Vietnam 2020 look even more gorgeous as they dressed in Ao Dai, the iconic national costumes. The beauties all flawless and attractive in the while dress either designed traditionally or modernized.
These photos are released by the organizing board of Miss Vietnam 2020. The release of the photo collection is part of a range of activities in the buildup to the competition’s semi-finals.
Ao Dai is one of the must-have parts of any beauty contest in Vietnam, including Miss Vietnam, the deep-rooted and most prestigious of its kind in the country.
Given the unique design of Ao Dai which highlights the women’s body curves, Miss Vietnam 2020’s organizers have given a lot of focus onto the Ao Dai – wearing session. All dressed in white though, each contestant could still reveal their own attractiveness.
The traditional dress allows each of the beauties to fully show off their wonderful figure whilst donning the flattering outfits.
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