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Keep calm and nap on. 😴💂🏻‍♀️🇬🇧 | Today's #JoeyWorldProject is for the #UnitedKingdom. Don't worry, that hat was taken off seconds after I took this picture and had a good chuckle to myself. 😂 Thank you to our fans baby Sophia, Mummy Cindy and Daddy Jun in London for sending us this amazing #QueensGuard uniform! I was once in #London for about 5 hours during a flight layover and I took a quick two-hour tour on a bus that literally just spun us around the city and headed straight back to the airport. It was such a tease! Next time, we'll definitely stay for tea and crumpets....and maybe Indian food?? Heard it's so delicious there. 😋

#Reposting @lauraiz with @instarepost_app -- Happy Lunar New Year! 🐓🏮🎉 Thank you YOLO aunties for this beautiful Vietnamese #aodai 🇻🇳 #JoeyWorldProject #Vietnam #TetViet

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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject comes all the way from #Lima, Peru. 🇵🇪 I have a special place in my heart for #Peru. My sister and I went to Lima and Cusco in 2007 not only to experience the vibrant Peruvian culture and to hike to beautiful #MachuPicchu but we had the honor to teach at a local school and stay with a local family in Cusco on their farm in the mountains. It was probably the best trip of our lives as we fell so deep in love with the people we met and the culture that welcomed us with open arms. We were also so inspired by all of the rich art culture there, from painting and textiles to music and architecture and more. It was surreal just to be there soaking in every sound, sight, and smell. So when one of our fans, Melissa sent us this beautiful dress (and other sweet gifts), memories of our trip came flooding back and it literally brought tears to my eyes. This dress comes from Cusco, most specifically from the Urubamba Valley. It’s used as everyday clothing by some of the women who live there as well as worn in carnivals, special occasions and for folk dancing. The dress is made up of 5 pieces: a skirt, a jacket, a hat (montura), a sort of cape (lliklla) and a string of pom moms (candunga). I remember seeing women and children wearing these everywhere in Cusco. I am so excited to have this dress in my home because of all the precious memories that are attached to it. Thank you so much Melissa for this priceless gift. Congrats on graduating from university and your first hair in five years, wow! Can’t wait to meet you and your family when we visit Peru one day!

🙋 I'm so excited to share this with all of you. Laura Izumikawa @lauraiz, an American photograher (and Internet sensation ☺) has been making some amazing, creative and fun outfits for her little daughter since Joey was just a few months old. Recently, Laura has started a #JoeyWorldProject. She has asked to send her traditional costumes for Joey from all around the world. I'm excited to become a part of this wonderful project! I sent Laura our traditional Ukrainian costume. Now the photo is up :) I'm very happy to represent Ukraine and help bring a part of our tradition to everyone in such a fun and adorable way 😍 Thank you Laura 💕

So happy to help #JoeyWorldProject 💖🇷🇺 Joey looks so precious! So sad I missed you all in Los Angeles. If you ever come to St Petersburg, I'd love to show you all around! большая любовь 💖

Great idea regram @lauraiz
Another addition to the #JoeyWorldProject! This beautiful #sarongkebaya (worn by the Peranakan in Singapore) was gifted to us by one of our fans from #Singapore 🇸🇬 Thank you so much Eve! 😘I must one day visit this beautiful island-city-country (They are all three!) and try their famous chicken rice. I'm so in love with this dress. So amazed at how colorful and intricate the embroidery is. Love that it's very bright and floral too. 🌺🌼🌸 Anyone here from Singapore? 😊
SIDE NOTE: After reading your comments, I felt I should write this. Yes, the kebaya is also worn in Indonesia, Malaysia and some other countries but because Singapore is a nation of many diverse races and cultures (and because there is not one specific national outfit), this kebaya can also represent Singapore. I will definitely do the other countries (if we receive the outfits!) but let's please remain respectful for Singapore as that was the intent for this project. Thank you! 😘💕

They made heels 👠 for babies now 🤣😬 #babyshoes #babyfashion #spanishnationalcostume #joeyworldproject 📷 @lauraiz

Вже давно слідкую за цією чудовою інстамамою та її донечкою Джої. Перше, що мене вражало, як ця мацьопа чемно спить. Бо саме в цей момент мама її переодягала і фотографувала в різних образах. Просто з Мел би я такого не могла влаштувати, в нас історія зі сном інакша. А далі випадково побачила в сторізах, що вони запускають проект з серією знімків в національних костюмах. Я точно знала, що хочу відправити їм наше українське вбрання, відразу написала Лаурі і попросила адресу. Правда дууууже довго вибирала вишиванку. Хотілося дитячу, з ручною вишивкою, не банальну, але красиву. Замовила віночок в чудесної @olya_dobrojump_art & @rozmarin.crowns і результат перевершив всі мої очікування. І зараз бачу фото і милуюся тим маленьким сонечком.
@lauraiz thank you for this great project! Best wishes from Ukraine 🇺🇦 #Repost @lauraiz ・・・
Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume was sent from our new friends Alona and Melania from #Ukraine. 🇺🇦 This makes the second costume from Ukraine! It is a little different from the other Ukrainian dress that Joey wore previously This one has a floral wreath or vinok on her head which Alona wrote symbolizes the sun which rises as well as happiness, peace, power, chastity, youth, glory and holiness. It is often made up of an assortment of flowers, leaves, fruits, and even twigs. I found out something new about the #vyshyvanka (embroidered top). History shows that the vyshyvanka was used as a talisman to protect the person wearing it and also to tell a story. Embroidery was used in vulnerable places on the garment where evil spirits could potentially enter the body: along the neckline, cuffs, shoulders, back and hem. The skirt-like belt that Joey is wearing is called a zapaska and it was a symbol of fertility for girls. Love that each country has various types of traditional wear. Thank you so much Alona for sending this beautiful outfit our way!

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Privet! Today’s #JoeyWorldProject dress comes from our friend Lex from @dailyparenting to represent Russia. 🇷🇺 Thank you Lex! This traditional jumper dress is called a sarafan, a type of traditional Russian dress which has been around as early as the 1400s. The headdress is called a #kokoshnik (I love that word!). Her adorable wool felt shoes are called valenki which literally means “made by felting.” They are typically winter footwear and are often worn with galoshes to keep the water out as they are not water-proof. Aren’t they the cutest?? I’ve noticed that Russia is really into geometric shapes, which even shows in this traditional dress and headdress. The architecture in Russia, for example the famous Saint Basil’s Cathedral, is so stunning and unique in its geometric makeup. 🕌 I’m sure most of you already knew this but Tetris came from Russia and it totally makes sense because it’s a geometric game! One day I’d love to see these buildings in person and also get a #matryoshka doll!

@lauraiz This is amazing 😍 #joeyworldtour #joeyworldproject #india 🇮 🇳 🇮🇳

Happy Friday! Today’s #JoeyWorldProject is the second entry from #India. 🇮🇳 Thank you so much Rathi for sending us this beautiful dress along with the other gorgeous party dresses. I used to have a similar purple sari that my college roommate Benita (hi love!) gave to me. She taught me how to pleats the folds using my fingers and I’ll never forget it to this day. I’m not sure if I dressed Joey properly in this dress and I hope it’s ok! I did some researching on the history of the sari and I was happy to learn something new! The Sari is a word derived from the sanskrit word 'sati’ which means a strip of cloth. ‘Sati' became ‘Sadi' and then later into ‘Sari, Saree or Shari". There are countless beautiful ways to wear the Sari and I won’t even attempt to try to explain them (for fear of getting something wrong!) but more often than not, you’ll see the midriff exposed, which is my favorite part of this dress. This came from the Hindu tradition where the navel is considered the source of birth, life and creativity. How beautiful is that?? Every single time I see a woman dressed in a sari, it really takes my breath away. The colors, embroidery, shape of the body and movement of the fabric is really mesmerizing. I’m so happy Joey was able to wear one at such a young age already. I’m sure she’ll be asking for another one when she’s older!

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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae!

وينووو على زينوو
الطفلة الكورية ب #قفطان_مغربي . .
@Regrann from @lauraiz - Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae!
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#القفطان_المغربي 😍 😍
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#التكشيطة_المغربية #تكشيطة#مغربيات #التكشيطة #الحلي_المغربية
#المغربيات_ملكات_على_عرش_الانوثة_و_الجمال
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#takshita #takchita #moroccanwork #moroccanstyle#moroccantouch #fashioncréation #elegant #luxury #traditional #handmade #takcheta #caftaninspiration #caftanmarocain

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@Regrann from @lauraiz - Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae! - #regrann

الطفلة الكورية الشهيرة #لورا@lauraiz بالقفطان #المغربي الاصيل
كم هو جميل و مؤثر أن ترى العالم بأسره يتغنى بجمال وروعة بلدك،تراثه و حضارته...من الشمال الى الجنوب، شرقا وغربا
#قل_اعوذ_برب_الفلق_من_شر_ماخلق_ومن_شر_غاسق_اذا_وقب_ومن_شر_النفاثات_في_العقد_ومن_شر_حاسد_اذا_حسد
#المغرب_جنة
#اللهم_احمي_بلادنا_يارب



@Regrann from @lauraiz - Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae! - #regrann

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جيراننا الأعزاء برققو ليا عينكم مزيان و قراو فوقاش ولا #القفطان_المغربي شائع بين المغاربة في القرن السادس عشر اي في عهد الدولة السعدية.. اما الظهور ديالو فكان في عهد الدولة المرينية .. و راه الفرق باين بين الظهور و الانتشار 😑.
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#Repost @lauraiz (@get_repost)
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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae!
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#المغرب
#الصحراء_المغربية
#المغرب_العالمي
#المملكة_المغربية
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#التراث_المغربي_الاصيل #معا_لحماية_تراثنا_من_الجزائريين #معا_للحفاظ_علي_التراث_المغربي
#حماية_التراث_المغربي
#معا_لحماية_لباسنا_من_الجزائريين
#المغرب_تاريخ_و_ثراث
#القفطان_المغربي
#morocco_celebrities_destination

🇨🇦❤️🛶🌲🐿✌🏼 finding 150 things to celebrate is easy. #ocanada .
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Oh Canada! Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume comes from our new friend Shipra & her baby Misha who live in #Toronto, #Canada! 🇨🇦Shipra, I LOVED the package you sent with the maple syrup, ketchup chips, chocolates and the Hortons cups. I especially loved your card and the cute illustration of how to dress her up in this impressive Royal Canadian Mounted Police (#RCMP) uniform. I tried to do my best with the gardening bee hat you sent. Hope it looks somewhat close to the mountie felt hat! Seeing this uniform reminded me of my happy memories visiting Toronto and Quebec when I was a kid and more recently Vancouver and Banff. It’s a country that I absolutely love. Not only is the nature view so breathtakingly beautiful but the people are the nicest I’ve ever encountered. Literally everyone we met was extremely friendly and helpful to us clueless travelers. We’ll never forget their hospitality and generosity. Although Canada doesn’t have a “national dress,” this RCMP uniform is the most recognized Canadian attire so I am so honored to have this in our world series. I know for sure we will be making our way up to Canada again with Joey. Hopefully this year as we got the Discovery Pass which will get us into all the national parks in Canada for free! (You can get one at parkscanada.gc.ca!) Btw, July 1st is a monumental day for Canada this year as they will be celebrating their 150th anniversary, the Sesquicentennial! I’ll be keeping my eye out on the happy celebrations! #ohcanada
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#canadian #proudlycanadian #canada #canadians #canadianbaby #canadianbusiness #canadaday #canada150 #toddlerlife #🇨🇦 #strongandfree #truenorth

#القفطان_المغربي_عالمي
@Regrann from @lauraiz - Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae! - #regrann

#Repost @lauraiz (@get_repost)
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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae! .
You welcome ♥
#القفطان_المغربي #السياحة_في_المغرب
#المغرب #morocco

@Regrann from @moroccan_lady_ - . .
#طفلة_أمريكة_كورية بالزي التقليدي المغربي 😍😍👸
#القفطان_المغربي
#التكشيطة_المغربية و #البلغة_المغربية
#Repost @lauraiz (@get_repost)
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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae!

#marrakech#casablanca#morocco🇲🇦🌅 #saudiarabia #tunisie🇹🇳#turkey🇹🇷#dubai🇦🇪#kuwait🇰🇼#iraq🇮🇶 #egypt#USA #france

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#طفلة_أمريكة_كورية بالزي التقليدي المغربي 😍😍👸
#القفطان_المغربي
#التكشيطة_المغربية و #البلغة_المغربية
#Repost @lauraiz (@get_repost)
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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume is a second one for the country of #Morocco. 🇲🇦 This beautiful #kaftan was sent by our new friend Hanae. Thank you so much for this gorgeous dress! It’s too beautiful to wear only once! I’ll definitely have Joey wear this to a special occasion somewhere. The gold slippers (#babouche) made me absolutely squeal. A little bit about the Moroccan kaftan: It first appeared in the 16th century and over the centuries, the style has changed as people from other countries started moving to Morocco, bringing different fabrics and material like silk thread to create rich textiles. There are various styles of kaftans and the other one Joey wore was a cotton kaftan that is often worn in the hot summer days but this one is a more elegant style that is reserved for special occasions like wedding celebrations. If you zoom in, you’ll see all of the elaborate details in embroidery and beading. It’s absolutely stunning. It would be so amazing to see this country in person. Thank you Hanae!

#marrakech#casablanca#morocco🇲🇦🌅 #saudiarabia #tunisie🇹🇳#turkey🇹🇷#dubai🇦🇪#kuwait🇰🇼#iraq🇮🇶 #egypt#USA #france #

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