obviously pajamas and slacks.
Irish people wear quilts and long socks.
Spain people where whatever they want during Christmas they go outside and show off there awesome clothesThey actually wear there normal summer cloths and prefer to wear sandals or thongs
Portuguese people sometimes wear red, green, and gold on Christmas.
nothing there just naked!! and always in front of someone!!
Irish Catholics do not wear the poppy because it is orange, the Protestant color.
People in Austalia do not wear costumes for Christmas. The only people who wear costumes are those employed as a Father Christmas - or something similar - in shopping centres.
Yes, Irish people wear ordinary clothes, such as jeans, t-shirts, dresses, etc.
No, Anybody can wear it. The Claddagh ring comes from Ireland but it is not for Irish people only.
People in Iraq do not celebrate christmas, with the exception of a very small minority of Christians who do not wear anything specific on Christmas.
People in Switzerland wear normal everyday clothing on Christmas. When there are parties for traditional clothing, people often wear Bishop hats.
they wear normal cloths as Christian people.
THEY WEAR RED AND WHITE
In modern-day Ireland they wear any color they like. The stereotypical Irish color is green.
All through Advent they wear violet, and at Christmas they wear white, gold may always be substituted for white..
Kilts and sweater vests.
We wore kilts.
A big smile.
Paper hats from Christmas crackers.
Irish people wear clothes the same as everywhere else! But many Irish and Northern-Irish wear Soccer or Gaelic Football team/club jerseys. (I should know I am from and live in Ireland)!!
They don't. Even though Scotland people wear kilts ,and they are very close to Ireland , most Irish people just dress like Americans.
I wear a dress and sometimes I put ribbons in my hair.
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