Romanian folk costume

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CONSTANTIN MATASĂ - DESPRE VIAŢA DE ALTĂDATĂ ÎN ŢINUTUL NEAMŢULUI(1) ©

Caracterele esenţiale ale vieţii locuitorilor din ţinutul Neamţului sunt – mai ales în partea de la munte – cele ale strămoşilor Geto-Daci. Sumanul, vechiul cumanac al ciobanilor, încingătoarea lată, de piele şi împodobită cu ţinte înflorite, opinca

Romanian Costume Exhibition Kent State University 1991 USA Romanian Flag, European Costumes, Young Frankenstein, Historical Women, 19th Century Fashion, Ethnic Outfits, Folk Embroidery, Bucharest, Folk Costume

La Blouse Roumaine (blouseroumaine)

Romanian Costume Exhibition Kent State University 1991 USA

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume and Embroidery of Bukovyna, Ukraine, part 2 khlopianka Folk Costume, Costumes, Ukrainian Art, Folk Fashion, Married Woman, Festival Wear, Traditional Dresses, Dance Wear, Abandoned Castles

Costume and Embroidery of Bukovyna, Ukraine, part 2 khlopianka

Hello all, Today I will continue my discussion of Bukovynian costume. The other type of chemise used in Bukovyna is called khlopianka, or 'boycut', because it is similar in cut to the men's shirt. This cut may be seen in this image above. Because the sleeves are sewn to the body of the shirt at right angles, it provides greater freedom of movement. Thus it was used for everyday and working garments. In Ukraine, even everyday garments had at least some embroidery. You can see here there is a…

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume and Embroidery of Bukovyna, Ukraine, part 1 morshchanka Folk Embroidery, Embroidery Designs, Folk Costume, Traditional Outfits, Pin Collection, Ukraine, Needlework, Bohemian Rug, Cross Stitch

Costume and Embroidery of Bukovyna, Ukraine, part 1 morshchanka

Hello all, I received a request for more information about the costume and embroidery of Ukrainian Bukovyna. I had not yet gotten around to writing about Bukovyna, although I had certainly intended to. Bukovyna is well known in Ukraine for the complexity and colorfulness of their embroidery, as exemplified by the image above. Bukovyna was established as a province by the Austrian Empire. It is currently divided into two parts, the north held by Ukraine and the south held by Romania. This…

Costume and embroidery of Bukovyna, part overskirts, obhortka, fota and riklia Folk Costume, Costumes, Ethnic Outfits, Folk Embroidery, My Heritage, Traditional Outfits, Coloring Books, Princess Zelda, Culture

Costume and embroidery of Bukovyna, part 3; overskirts, obhortka, fota and riklia

Hello all, In my last two postings I concentrated on the Bukovynian chemise. Today I will talk a bit about the overskirts of the Bukovynian costume. I have already mentioned the Obhortka [Horbotka], which is the oldest form of overskirt used in Bukovyna. In some places it continues to be part of the festive costume to this day. The word 'obhortka' literally means 'that which wraps around', and horbotka is derived from it as a sort of folk dyslexia. Horbotka is admittedly easier to say. The…

Women's costume from Banat, zone Timiş, village Ohaba Forgaci Folk Costume, Costumes For Women, Romania, Folk Art, Two Piece Skirt Set, Textiles, Culture, Popular, Traditional

Romanian costume parade - Banat

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