Ao Dai uncomfortable?

December 2, 2006

The leaders presented the communique after the official APEC photo, where they wore traditional Vietnamese ao dai – but designed to accommodate the burgeoning waist lines of some prime ministers and presidents.

Rather than the usual snug tunic, the ao dai ended up being more of a voluminous kaftan on most leaders.

Mr Howard – who chose his outfit in his usual preferred colour, blue – decided to take the garment off before fronting the Australian media later.

http://www.theage.com.au/news/World/APEC-leaders-wade-into-trade-and-N-Korea/2006/11/19/1163871255021.html

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