Traditional Clothing of the World

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sagacontinues:

새해복 많이 받으세요~

sagacontinues:

새해복 많이 받으세요~

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jackviolet:

Фирс Сергеевич Журавлёв (1836-1901) Боярышня
Firs Sergeevich Zhuravlev. Boyaryshnya.  (Young unmarried girl of the feudal noble class.)

jackviolet:

Фирс Сергеевич Журавлёв (1836-1901) Боярышня

Firs Sergeevich Zhuravlev. Boyaryshnya.  (Young unmarried girl of the feudal noble class.)

— 3 months ago with 434 notes

the3princesses:

Crown Princess Victoria → Sverigedräkten & Ölandsdräkten

— 3 months ago with 90 notes
plaindress:

The Norwegian Constitutional Day is often celebrated in bunad, the traditional Norwegian costume. A bunad is typically hand made and boasts brooches and buttons in silver and gold. The heritage, craftsmanship and time that is put into a bunad makes it the most precious and expensive outfit for many Norwegians. The different colors and patterns represent the wearers geographical attachment.
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plaindress:

The Norwegian Constitutional Day is often celebrated in bunad, the traditional Norwegian costume. A bunad is typically hand made and boasts brooches and buttons in silver and gold. The heritage, craftsmanship and time that is put into a bunad makes it the most precious and expensive outfit for many Norwegians. The different colors and patterns represent the wearers geographical attachment.

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— 3 months ago with 153 notes
jackviolet:

Ukranian girl in traditional dress.

jackviolet:

Ukranian girl in traditional dress.

— 3 months ago with 162 notes
jackviolet:


К.Е. Маковский, Боярышня у окна. 1890-e.
K. Makovsky, Young noblewoman by the window. 1890s.


While on the subject of cloth…

jackviolet:

К.Е. Маковский, Боярышня у окна. 1890-e.

K. Makovsky, Young noblewoman by the window. 1890s.

While on the subject of cloth…

— 3 months ago with 465 notes

fripperiesandfobs:

Bodice and skirt, mid-17th century

From the Museum of Applied Arts

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