Alexandru Talabă

Alexandru Talabă

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Vivid colors, flowing silk ribbons, and glittering bits of mirrors - the Vikings dressed with considerably more panache than we previously thought. The men were especially vain, and the women dressed provocatively, but with the advent of Christianity, fashions changed, according to Swedish archeologist Annika Larsson.

Vivid colors, flowing silk ribbons, and glittering bits of mirrors - the Vikings dressed with considerably more panache than we previously thought. The men were especially vain, and the women dressed provocatively, but with .

Vikingsnitt -

Like --tighter-fitting Viking sleeves. The "shoulder seam" is at the upper arm, and the lower sleeve is bias-cut.