With this set of Ao Dai Girls you are not adding one girl to your miniature garden—but all three! These girls, all dressed in traditional Vietnamese style, each have a unique look. One stands with her hands folded calmly in front of her. Another holds onto her conical hat with chinstrap, called a “non la” in Vietnam. The third sits gracefully on a stump, looking upwards as if in the middle of conversation with someone else in the fairy garden. These three beauties wear “ao dai,” silk tunics worn over trousers. Translated, it means “long shirt.” These tunics and trousers are pure white and flowing, giving the look of silk.