Tupenu

Tupenu is the Tongan term for a wrapped garment also called a sarong, lungi, or lava-lava, worn through much of South Asia and Oceania. It is analogous to the kilt worn in Scotland. The tupenu worn by women is wide enough to cover the body between the waist and ankles, and long enough to wrap securely around the waist. The standard width of cloth ...
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Tupenu

The tupenu is a wrap round, skirt like cloth worn by Tongan males for all formal occasions. The tupenu is the normal work attire and is also worn to church. It is ideal for the Tongan climate.
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