What is The National Dress of Denmark?
In Denmark, they wear similar clothes as in the U.S. but we have some traditional cloth too. The cloth is a handmade dress. The dress is mostly made of yarn spun from wool or flax.
Men’s clothing was made mainly of flax and wool but their knee-breeches were often of leather. Long home-knitted white woolen stockings reached above the knee.
In addition to long shirts, men wore several jerseys and jackets. Men and women both generally wore clogs while men often had long, leather top-boots and both men and women wore leather dress shoes with a buckle in front.