Puletasi

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The Puletasi or Puletaha is a traditional item of clothing worn by Samoan, Tongan, and Fijian girls. Today, puletasi is used as female full dress. Most commonly worn to church and formal Samoan, Tongan, and Fijian cultural events.

The puletasi is the traditional Samoan, Tongan, and Fijian dress for not only girls, but older women as well. It is a two piece dress with a skirt and a top, and it is usually worn to cultural events, church, and to any formal event. In recent years, different styles and improvisations have been made.

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