Costume and Embroidery of Skopska Blatija, Macedonia
Hello all, Today I will venture into a new country, Macedonia. Specifically, I will cover the costume from the region of Skopska Blatija, which includes the villages in the lowlands around the Vardar river just upstream from the capitol of Skopje. This is sometimes called 'the Skopje costume', and is often portrayed as if it was the national costume of Macedonia. It is certainly typical of Macedonian costume, but it is actually native to this relatively small region. There is a second…
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pagina reprodusa din Album de Cusaturi Romanesti, Editat in 1943 de Consiliul Superior al Industriei Casnice; gratie Doamnei Elisa C. Bratianu, care a initiat si a condus tot acest studiu
Traditional ‘don’ (women’s long trousers). Cotton on cotton embroidered, five different colours used. From the Turkish Alevi villages in the Ruen district (northern part of the Burgaz province, Bulgaria), among others Dobra Polyana village (named 'Orhan Selim' by the Turks), 1950-1975. Part of a festive costume. - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).