This post is going out for the dress of the Lepcha people.
They have their own independent and unique style of dress, that is colorful, comfy, and attractive, all without being flashy.
The male clothing consists of pagi which is the striped cotton dress. The trousers, which are called tomoo, reach up to the calf, in between the ankle and knee. The purpose of this was so that field workers could easily get rid of leeches during the Monsoon season.
Back in the day, Lepchas wouldn't wear shoes. Due to the unhygienic conditions in towns and cities today, they only stay bare feet up in the villages.