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Sumba Men in Traditional Textiles

This photograph, taken in the late 1970s, accurately depicts traditional Sumbanese wear for men. Notice the wealth of accessories in addition to the PAIR of hinggi kombu blankets each man wears. Especially expressive are the mamuli ornaments around their head scarves.
 
The Sumbanese quite liked the Dutch who controlled the island for several hundred years up until WWII. The wearing of the European jacket is a sign of respect.
 
These men are 60 years of age. I suspect this photo depicts a clothing style that easily pre-dates WWII - and probably illustrates a 1920s style of ceremonial dress on the island of Sumba.