Beautiful photo of Marie Alexandra Victoria of Edinburgh, who became Queen of Romania in 1914 (she was a feisty woman!), in traditional Romanian dress

regina Maria purtand ie - Queen Marie of Romania wearing a traditional blouse

Traditional Romanian blouses are made from cotton or linen, sometimes silk, and embroidered in a variety of patterns. This site gives a library of patterns: http://semne-cusute.blogspot.co.uk/ .

Traditional Romanian blouses are made from cotton or linen, sometimes silk, and…

Romanian Traditional Costume

famous romanians Maria Tanase in traditional costume romanian people music. Wallpaper and background photos of famous romanians Maria Tanase music people for fans of Romania images.

Apuseni Moutains, shirt and skirt on cotton or linen cloth, with black geometrical motives

Women folk costume from Apuseni Moutains, shirt and skirt on cotton or linen cloth, with black geometrical motives, aprons from “postav”

Semne Cusute

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This woman poses in an elaborately patterned blouse, traditional to her Romanian region in 1939

Romania's ghosts brought back to life in long lost photographs

lauramcphee: Romania, 1939 (Costica Acsinte) A Romanian WWI photographer’s 5000 unseen glass plate portraits — beautifully surreal and rapidly deteriorating — are being digitized 30 years after his death. — Read more on LightBox (via timelightbox)

Henri Matisse's impression of a Romanian blouse.

Henri Matisse 'La blouse roumaine' (The Romanian Blouse), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Ensemble | Romanian | The Met

Romanian blouse The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Date: century Credit line: Bequest of Clarissa Gwendoline Condon, 1968

Woollen coat, called 'suman'.

Posts from a Traitor American Expat in Romania — Traditionally inspired Romanian outfits Source.

This is a traditional ladies costume from Wallachia (Southern Romania). These days it's a museum piece, the only item that remains in vogue is the top, known as 'ie'.

This is a traditional ladies costume from Wallachia (Southern Romania). These days it's a museum piece, the only item that remains in vogue is the top, known as 'ie'.

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