During the late 1600s a group of devout individuals led by Jakob Ammann broke away from the Swiss Mennonites, primarily over the lack of strict enforcement of Meidung, or shunning - excommunication of disobedient or negligent members. They also differed over other matters such as foot washing and the lack of rigid regulation of costume. This group became known as the Amish and, to this day, still share most of the same beliefs as their Mennonite cousins. The distinction between the Amish and Mennonites is largely one of dress and manner of worship.
all costumes has keeping amish details. colours. black-dark grey tones. deep blues.navies. light blues. skin colours. bej tones. many old fashion underwear -mens underwears. silk cotton shirts. silk long dress. specials hats. shoes from umit unal designs. and new understanding combinations. toy horse figure prints and hand switchings. denims.denim overalls.short trousers. and rich details.