clothing facts Selected as the most interesting among Japan related questions in Japan quiz Where are the Bermuda shorts worn as a formal wear?In Bermuda. Bermuda shorts were first introduced in Bermuda's business circle, when general managers of The Bank of Bermuda and Butterfield Bank were quite concerned that their male employees may not have appropriate attire to wear because of clothing shortages. They appointed a tailor to make shorts similar to what the British Navy and Army were using. Today, Bermuda businessmen wear ties, jackets and Bermuda shorts together.Created by: globalquiz.orgCaribbean facts » Where is this traditional dress from?Andalusia. In Spain, every autonomous region has its own national costume. Created by: globalquiz.orgtraditional clothing facts » What nationality do these participants of the New York Marathon demonstrate?Dutch bonnet is a style of woman's hat that is sometimes characterized by triangular flaps or wings that turn up on either side.Created by: globalquiz.orgNetherlands facts » Which army formation still use Bermuda shorts?Royal Navy. Bermuda shorts originated with the British Army for wear in tropical and desert climates. On Royal Navy ships visiting warm waters, officers and men always wear white shorts, white knee length socks and white laced shoes.Created by: globalquiz.orgRoyal Navy facts » Where is fez from?Morocco. The name of fez comes from the city of Fes, Morocco, where it became fashionable among Andalusian Arabs in the 17th century. The fez got widely popular in the Ottoman Empire after 1829, when Sultan Mahmud II ordered his civil officials to wear the plain fez, and also banned the wearing of turbans.Created by: Steve LambertyOttoman Empire facts » Where are these shoes from?Italy. These are chopines, platform shoes that were popular in Italy, especially Venice, during the Reneissance. Chopines became an article of women's fashion and were made increasingly taller; some extant examples are over 20 inches (50 cm) high.Created by: globalquiz.orghistory facts » Where are these sandals from?Japan. Okobo are wooden sandals worn by maiko (apprentice geisha) during their apprenticeship. These sandals are very practical, keeping the expensive kimono off the ground. Created by: globalquiz.orgFar East facts » Play Japan quiz and see all the questions.